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hyalyn (not capitalized) pieces, from hyalyn pottery, in North Carolina, are difficult to find in this style. This piece is #215.

hyalyn pottery, of Hickory North Carolina, had some of the best designers of the time. Although much of their output was mundane, hyalyn did make art pottery of the highest quality and design. This vase is one of the hard-to-find black matte with a multi-colored drip glazes.

The drip pieces like this were not as common as their other pieces, as these were considered 'art' pieces, and were made with a lot more care and required a lot more skill to make. This will only go up in value. Well made, solid, feels wonderful in the hand.

There is not a lot of info on who designed what, but Zeisel did work for hyalyn. So did Briard, I understand.

This vase is really nice. It has no damage at all, the glaze and body are perfect. The inside upper lip has a green tint to it, bau as far as I can tell, this was intentional, as it is under the glaze. The drip glaze is a mottled white and blue,sliding into a shiny grey. The body below the drip is a matte brown, almost black. The mark is 'hyalyn' and 215.

This is a beautiful piece of art, and deserves someone who will appreciate it. I love it, but have so many vases, and have a relative moving in, so I need to disperse my collection to those who will love these American art works as much as I do.

Exactly 7 1/2 inches high.

Vintage hyalyn Vase North Carolina Studio


  • Vintage item from the 1960s
  • Materials: pottery, ceramic, glaze, drip glaze
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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