1- Michael Brostko (b. 1951) Studio Art Pottery Raku Vase in Rose and Black. Measures 8"x8"x6". Michael Brostko made wheel-thrown stoneware and porcelain pottery. He started working with clay in 1974, going on to win several pottery awards during the 1970s-1980s. His work is in the permanent collections of The Corsaw Collection of American Ceramics, Alfred Ceramic Art Museum at Alfred University, Alfred, New York. 2- Ken McDonald (1921-1987) Studio Art Pottery Small Vase. Measures 4 1/2"x4 1/2"x2 3/4". Kennedy McDonald is known for Kick wheel thrown functional pottery. Early work was slip molded. McDonald and his wife, Barbara McDonald, worked together at McDonald Pottery formerly Markus Ceramics. They used Ohio red ball clay and fired in a square electric kiln during their years as Markus Ceramics. During the McDonald Pottery years, they switched to stoneware and firing in a gas kiln. Glazes pallet included earth tones, opaque whites and blues. Weight combined for shipping 2 pds. 11 oz. PROVENANCE: A Charleston SC Private Estate.