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Shearwater Art Pottery Vase,  ca. 1950's,
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Shearwater Art Pottery Vase, ca. 1950's, thrown by Peter Anderson (1901-1984) and decorated by Walter Inglis Anderson (1903-1965), painted with a swirling...


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  • Good Shearwater Pottery Green Vase, ca.
    1940, thrown by Peter Anderson (1901-1984) and carved by James McConnell Anderson (1907-1998), of lobed form, the base with an impressed, arched Shearwater mark, accompanied ... [more like this]
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    Four Water Goblets, the pitcher by Peter Anderson with "Shearwater" incised on the base, h. 10-1/2"; the goblets by James Anderson with the arched Shearwater stamp surmounting ... [more like this]
  • Good Shearwater Pottery Cast Cobalt with
    Chrome "Gull" Vase, ca. 1945, designed and carved by Walter Inglis Anderson (1903-1965), thrown and glazed by Peter Anderson (1901-1984), accompanied by a 2007 Shearwater ... [more like this]
  • Walter Inglis Anderson (American, 1903-1965),
    for the Shearwater Pottery, Ocean Springs, Mississippi, gloss ivory-glazed "Tackle" figure, ca. 1940, signed on the interior of the proper left foot with the small Shearwater ... [more like this]
  • Walter Inglis Anderson (American, 1903-1965),
    for the Shearwater Pottery, Ocean Springs, Mississippi, large "Pelican" bookend in "Antique Green" glaze, ca. 1940, with the small black Shearwater stencil mark on the base, ... [more like this]
  • Good Shearwater Pottery Shaded Lavender-Glazed
    Bowl, ca. 1935, by Peter Anderson (1901-1984), the base with a charcoal stenciled Shearwater mark, accompanied by a Shearwater Pottery Certificate of Authenticity dated June ... [more like this]
  • Large Shearwater Pottery Cast "Pelican" Bookend,
    in matte blue glaze, ca. 1955, designed by Walter Inglis Anderson (1903-1965) and glazed by Peter Anderson (1901-1984), the base impressed with a partial circular Shearwater ... [more like this]
  • Walter Inglis Anderson (American, 1903-1965),
    for the Shearwater Pottery, Ocean Springs, Mississippi, decorated by Christopher Inglis Stebly (b. 1957), ca. 1998-2000, cast "Kneeling Woman with Basket" vase, signed with ... [more like this]
  • Walter Inglis Anderson (American, 1903-1965),
    for the Shearwater Pottery, Ocean Springs, Mississippi, "Grazing Cow", from the "Oldfields Series", in gray-brown glaze, ca. 1940, impressed mark on the base, h. 3", l. 6-1/4". ... [more like this]
  • Peter Anderson (American, 1901-1984), for
    the Shearwater Pottery, Ocean Springs, Mississippi, "Number Ten Pitcher", in turquoise double glaze, ca. 1940, fully signed and numbered on the base, h. 5-1/4". For the form, ... [more like this]
  • Shearwater Pottery Cast and Antique Green-Glazed
    Figure of an Elephant, by James "Mac" Anderson (1907-1998), ca. 1965, h. 7". Reference: Dod Stewart, Shearwater Pottery, Bristol Publishing Company, Slidell, Louisiana, ... [more like this]
  • Shearwater Pottery Polychrome-Glazed Figure
    of a "Pirate with Sword", ca. 1940-1945, by Walter Inglis Anderson (1903-1965), this model is also known as "The Caped Pirate", h. 8". Reference: Dod Stewart, Shearwater ... [more like this]
  • Double-Glazed Shearwater Pottery Chicken,
    ca. 1940, from the Barnyard "Oldfields" series by Walter Inglis Anderson (1903-1965), h. 3". For this model, see Dod Stewart, Shearwater Pottery, Bristol Publishing, Slidell, ... [more like this]
  • Good Shearwater Pottery Carved and Light
    Green-Glazed Geometric Vase, ca. 1940, designed and carved by Walter Inglis Anderson (1903-1965), and thrown and glazed by Peter Anderson (1901-1984), accompanied by a 2007 ... [more like this]
  • Shearwater Pottery Mr. and Mrs. Aspirin Lamps,
    ca. 2000, designed by Walter Anderson, the modeled figures in underglaze slip and colors and clear glaze, top of figure h. 8-1/4" to 9". For an example, see Shearwater Pottery, ... [more like this]
  • Shearwater Pottery Vase, ca. 1940, thrown
    by Peter Anderson, of tapering form in green glaze, with certificate of authenticity, h. 8". For an example, see Shearwater Pottery, Dod Stewart, Marjorie Anderson Ashley ... [more like this]
  • Early Shearwater Pottery Double-Glaze Vase,
    ca. 1935, by Peter Anderson, with a certificate of authenticity, h. 7-7/8". For an example, see Shearwater Pottery, Dod Stewart, Marjorie Anderson Ashley and Earl Lamar Denham, ... [more like this]
  • Shearwater Pottery Woodpecker Mug, ca. 2003,
    by James McConnell Anderson and decorated by Michael Anderson, h. 4-3/8". For an example, see Shearwater Pottery, Dod Stewart, Marjorie Anderson Ashley and Earl Lamar Denham, ... [more like this]
  • Shearwater Pottery Duck, ca. 1930, an early
    example by James McConnell Anderson, the example unusual in a blue glaze, h. 1-1/2", l. 2-1/2". For an example, see Shearwater Pottery, Dod Stewart, Marjorie Anderson Ashley ... [more like this]
  • Shearwater Pottery Vase, ca. 1940, thrown
    by Peter Anderson and decorated in brown and shoal glaze, h. 6-3/8". For an example, see Shearwater Pottery, Dod Stewart, Marjorie Anderson Ashley and Earl Lamar Denham, ... [more like this]

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