Polia Pillin Vase with Equestrian Theme (SOLD)

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Polia Pillin Vase with Equestrian Theme (SOLD)

1,600.00

United States
circa 1960s

Tall vase by Polish-born American ceramist and painter Polia Pillin (1902-1992). Pillin is known for her hand-thrown vessels with figural abstractions and Chagall-like colors. The present vase has a wraparound theme involving horses. With fine crazing throughout, as with most of her work, and two small chips along the bottom edge, now colored in (pictured). Painted signature underneath.

Condition
Good. Fine overall condition with light crazing throughout, typical for a Pillin piece. Two small chips along the bottom edge, now colored in (pictured)

Measurements
Height: 10 in.
Diameter: 4 in.

Specifications
Number of items: 1
Materials/techniques: Hand-painted, glazed ceramic

 

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