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A gorgeous, mid-century triangular art pottery tray by Harris G. Strong. Decorated with an image of two seated young women playing wind instruments. Their stylzed figures are enameled in teal, lavender, steel blue and crimson red, with an olive green border.

Inscribed signature on the footed base: "Harris G. Strong", and shape number B-75.
Size: 10" long by 9" wide by 2" high

Condition: No chips, cracks, or fleabites to the pottery. There is a strong line of crazing in the enameling, running through the skirts of both girls and into the face of the girl in blue. It is definitely not a hairline crack, and does not go through into the redware itself. Because of the cuenca technique used, in which the pools of color are already separated by dark lines, this is not a visual distraction at normal viewing. Priced low to reflect the imperfection - similar tile trays go for over $100 elsewhere on the web.

NOTE: The shipping cost shown is a maximum possible amount, based on coast to coast shipping, and will be lower for you unless you are on the West Coast. Please feel free to contact me for a quote, and do refer to the Shipping section in the policies page.

Signed Harris Strong Art Pottery Tile Dish or Tray - Girls w/ Flutes / Horns - Mid Century Modern

Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1950s
  • Materials: ceramic, redware, pottery, enamel
  • Feedback: 458 reviews
  • Only ships to United States from Maryland, United States.
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