- Size: 2 1/4" tall
- Color: sky blue
- Condition: Used
- Notes: These items are well made, and are in excellent condition with no chips, cracks, hairlines, or fleabites. They are very smooth on the inside, and there are no flaws in the glaze and has very little crazing.
- Type: creamer/pitcher
For your consideration is this studio art pottery creamer/pitcher. This creamer is NOT signed and don’t have any writting on it. The creamer is a light sky blue color.
The item measures:
2 1/4″ tall
3 1/4″ top opening
2 1/4″ base diameter
This item is well made, and is in excellent condition with no chips, cracks, hairlines, or fleabites. It is very smooth on the inside, and there are no flaws in the glaze and has very little crazing. This would be great piece to add to you studio pottery collection!
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