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This vintage Bennington Potters trivet is wonderful to look at! The glaze is called "Vermont Green" -- it's a medium blue or aqua or teal ceramic very typical of the mid century era, speckled with a darker blue. (The first photo is truest to the actual color.) The bottom half is the off white of the unglazed pottery.
Designed during the Eames era, this item is rare or hard to find. Makes a great hostess gift!

This particular glaze matches pieces found elsewhere that were produced in the 1950's by Bennington Potters in Vermont. It was possibly designed by Yusuke Aida or David Gil. I've only seen one other piece similarly shaped, but with a white glaze.

Measures: 10 1/2" long, 8" wide, 1/2" thick
Unmarked -- thanks to Cheryl @ MyGuiltyPleasures for helping identify this piece when it was a mystery!

In excellent vintage used condition, no chips, no cracks.

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Rare Midcentury Bennington Potters Vermont Green Teal Ceramic Trivet, 1950s Eames era art pottery, on Etsy by TheRetroLife