Haeger Orange Peel Large Flare Side Modern Bowl MINT

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  • Item Category: Ceramics
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Apr 27,2008
  • Channel: Online Auction

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Haeger Orange Peel Large Flare Side Modern Design Centerpiece Bowl / Squat Vase Â- Great Look! * Mint Condition *

Measures 4 tall and a large 11 inches across. Marked on the bottom with Haeger 3177 USA marking. VERY CLEAN! Super condition with no chips cracks or hairlines, and crazing is None to Nearly Unseen! Looks never used !! Super Moderne and even Mission Arts and Crafts Style Look with the Earth tone Colors!! Dates to 1920 to 1930Â's timeframe Â- very nice early stoneware pottery find!!

NOTE: Any white areas in the photo are the CAMERA FLASH and Our Overhead Lighting ONLY Â- not on item itself. Difficult to photograph without glare on the pottery glaze finish.

Haeger made this neat glaze combination in orange green and yellow and called them Orange Peel - Lime Peel and Lemon Peel - the textured glaze resembles the fruit exterior and is really a neat glaze!!!! Very thick looking!!

Guaranteed to be original, vintage and not restored / repaired - Bid with confidence.

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