Al Qoyawayma B 1938 - Architectural Pottery jar, H 10-3/4" Dia 17". Alfred H. QÌ¦yawayma is a Hopi potter and bronze
Glazed ceramic sculpture of a polar bear/anteater by Gordon Newell for Architectural Pottery,
14.25 in H X 40.75 in L X 24.5 in Widest PointModernism Event Auction including: George Nakashima, Paul Frankl, Paul
Set of three glazed earthenware planters by David Cressey for Architectural Pottery, 1950s. Property from the Collection of
Architectural Pottery of Tire Vase Form. Terra cotta, with wrought iron
Group of four cylindrical glazed earthenware planters by Architectural Pottery, 1960s. Property from the Estate of Bill
Group of four bowls by John Follis for Architectural Pottery, 1950s. Largest one with original walnut base. Property from
CHINESE ARCHITECTURAL 3-DIMENSIONAL POTTERY PANEL, 19TH CENTURY. HEIGHT 33"; WIDTH 26" (OLD DAMAGES/LOOSES) (EX-COLLECTION
Large DAVID CRESSEY Planter Pot. Architectural pottery form with cut in design. Unmarked.-- Dimensions: H: 15.25 inches: W:
GORDON B. NEWELL (1905 - 1998)ARCHITECTURAL POTTERYAnteater (no. NB1), California, 1960s Glazed ceramic Unmarked 7 3/4" x 26
Pair of large tall architectural pottery bisque cylinder planters, 1960s. 22" T x 18"
A group of two Architectural Pottery ceramic planters. American, 1950's. Stamped "Architectural Pottery Made in the USA".
Pair of white glazed earthenware double cone planters by Lagardo Tackett for Architectural Pottery, 1950s. Property from the
CHINESE 3-DIMENSIONLAL ARCHITECTURAL POTTERY PANEL, 18/19TH CENTURY. HEIGHT 28"; WIDTH 26" (OLD DAMAGES-LOSSES) (EX.
CHINESE 3-DIMENSIONAL ARCHITECTURAL POTTERY PANEL, 18/19TH CENTURY. HEIGHT 28" WIDTH 26" (OLD DAMAGES/LOSSES) NOTE: IN HOUSE
Pair of large, low architectural pottery bisque cylinder planters, 1960s. 14" T x 23"
Large Egg planter by Marilyn Kay Austin for Architectural Pottery, 1960s. Presented in California's Designing Women
LA GARDO TACKETT (1911 - 1992)ARCHITECTURAL POTTERYPair of planters with removable ashtray grates, California, 1970s; Both
Two Cube planters by Marilyn Kay Austin for Architectural Pottery, 1960s. Smaller: 10.5 x 10.5 x 10.5 in. Presented in
Rare purple glazed earthenware birdbath by Gordon Newell for Architectural Pottery, 1950s. Property from the Estate of Bill
Two glazed earthenware planters by Marilyn Kay Austin for Architectural Pottery, 1960s. Presented in California's Designing
John Follis & Rex Goode for Architectural Pottery, Sombrero hanging planter, Model M-109, designed 1949, unglazed bisque
ARCHITECTURAL POTTERY Flared ceramic planter set in four-legged walnut base. 20'' x
John Follis Architectural Pottery planter, USA, stoneware with white glaze and original cross-shaped redwood stand, signed,