by Donna McCarthy, Collections Assistant, McClung Museum The Hensley Pitchers: An introduction to the collection of late 19th–early 20th century […]
Canton Rose Medallion Tea Plate, c. mid-to-late 1800s, Porcelain, 7.5 inches diameter, Louis B. and Eleanor Deane Swan Audigier Collection of Art, 19184.108.40.206. […]
Lustre Vase, c. 1913-1915, Porcelain, 11.25 inches high, Bequest of Frederick Bonham, 1958.5.169. Produced by England’s famed Wedgwood pottery company, this trumpet-shaped vase […]
Jar – Bradley County, Tennessee; 1400-1500 C.E. – This shell-tempered jar from the Late Mississippian period features an abstract frog motif. […]
Jar – Acoma Pueblo, New Mexico; early 1900s – Kaolin clay with brown and white geometric designs. Height = 24.4 cm.
Bottle – Peru, 20th century – Molded burnished clay vessel shaped like a bird, based on late Chimu type vessels […]
Pitcher – Germany, 1871-1918 – White pottery with a blue underglaze design. Made by Utzschneider & Co. Height = 10.2 […]