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Vintage John Freimarck pottery tray. This square stoneware tray was made by John Freimarck of Freimarck Pottery located in Manquin, Virginia. Freimarck Pottery has been in business since 1973, and the artist's work is held in the American Studio Pottery collection of The American Museum of Ceramic Art in California, as well as carried by several regional galleries.

This appealing stoneware tray features an abstract pattern with Asian overtones, and seems to have been decorated with a nod to the Japanese art of ikebana. The design has been executed in shades of burgundy and blue on an oatmeal field with a random background pattern of brown speckles. The back of the tray is unglazed, and bears Freimarck's painted mark along with the word "FREIMARCK" impressed in one corner.

The tray is in very good vintage condition with no chips, cracks or repairs. The piece measures 10.25 square inches and stands 0.75" as measured from the display surface to the top edge of the tray. It weighs in at 2lbs 2oz.

This handmade tray displays beautifully and would make a nice gift, or could be the perfect decorative accent for your own home. Very pretty!

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Vintage John Freimarck Pottery Tray

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  • Vintage item from the 1980s
  • Materials: Pottery, Glaze, Paint
  • Feedback: 192 reviews
  • Only ships within United States.