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Dryden Ozark pottery

Goodwill find.The glaze caught my eye. Hand made. Very thick and tactile.


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Haeger's Early American series

27-H bowl
27-H console bowl

An uncommon shape from the Early American series, this large console bowl is 7 inches tall, and 15 inches in diameter from handle to handle.

The Black Mistique glaze treatment was done on b

Haeger's Early American series

Shape 13-H
Shape 13-H

Have a few more pics to go!

This is the 13" diameter bowl or charger, in the Black Mistique glaze.



Haeger's Early American series

Haeger Early american vase 5H in a 7 glazes
Haeger Early american vase 5H in a 7 glazes

This shape is one of the most commonly found in the series.  A 6 inch tall vase with a very small mouth, very pleasant organic shape.

Left to right glazes are:

Black Mistique

Haeger's Early American series

Haeger Early American 14H vase in odd red/black glaze
Haeger Early American 14H vase in odd red/black glaze

Here is the 14H vase shape, 8 inches tall.  It has one of the most unusual glazes I have ever seen for Haeger.  A very crusty black and orange/red 'lava' or 'blister' glaze - I feel lucky

Haeger's Early American series

Haeger's Early American shapes in Sunset Crackle glaze
Haeger's Early American shapes in Sunset Crackle glaze

Here are three shape examples, each in the Sunset Crackle glaze.

Shapes are, left to right:

11H, 10 inches tall

12H, 14 inches tall

10H, 7.5 inches tall

Haeger's Early American Series

1H vases in Green Rings and Mandarin Orange
The 1H vase

As recommended, I am adding a set of images for this strangely named line from Haeger of Dundee, Illinois.  Barry (Studiosmith) showed a nice example a while back, so I thought I'd add in the

Maybe Laurel

Laurel Potteries
Are these really Laurel Pottery?

I'm operating under the assumption, which could be wrong, that these are Laurel Potteries product. I have no proof.