Pottery

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Two Handled Jar, Mid-Range Porcelain, 6” X 5”, 2015

Two Handled Jar, Mid-Range Porcelain, 6” X 5”, 2015

 

 

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Carved Jar, Slip, Ash and Salt Glazed, cone 12, wood fired stoneware, 9.5” X 12.5”, 2015 Green Jar with Floral Motif, Slip, Ash and Salt Glazed, cone 12, wood fired stoneware, 2015, 13.5” X 14” Copper Red Lidded Jar, Porcelaneous, gas fired stoneware, 8.5” X 11.5”, 2015

Carved Jar, Slip, Ash and Salt Glazed, cone 12, wood fired stoneware, 9.5” X 12.5”, 2015
Green Jar with Floral Motif, Slip, Ash and Salt Glazed, cone 12, wood fired stoneware, 2015, 13.5” X 14”
Copper Red Lidded Jar, Porcelaneous, gas fired stoneware, 8.5” X 11.5”, 2015

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Small Carved Pitcher, Mid-Range Porcelaneous Stoneware 5” X 6” X 7”. 2015, $75

Small Carved Pitcher, Mid-Range Porcelaneous Stoneware 5” X 6” X 7”. 2015

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6 thoughts on “Pottery

    • In ’81 I was still working with my father and still a theater major. I would have to see the piece to estimate a price.
      I don’t usually speculate about the worth of older work I no longer have. I am still working and my work is priced comparable to other ceramic artists with similar training skill and experience.

    • This is not mine. I have used several ways of signing but most have an “SH” and a decorative stamp. My father signed just plain “Hawks”. In the 70’s and 80’s I signed my name Stephen Hawks. In the early 90’s I did not sign at all for 5 years. I caved to family pressures because it seemed to defeat the purpose, to always have, to explain and also go back at requests and sign with a sharpie. I later quit dating the work after starting the stamping and varying the decorative stamp from year to year. Now It is the same decorative stamp I have used for several decades, a cross with a sun at top and moon at bottom. Occasionally I still sign my name. I always tell people you can usually spot a persons work through style before you see he signature if you know the work.

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