buttress vessel form shape #416; for 'Teco' ware line

Monumental vase, c. 1905-1910

The projecting side elements on this vase reveal the complex molding process used to create it. The vase was part of Gates Potteries’ Teco line. Unlike most American art pottery produced in the early 1900s, Teco ware focused on color and line instead of excessive decoration.

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Gates, Monumental Vase (#572)
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Title
Monumental vase
Artist Life
Terra Cotta, Illinois, 1881–1929
Role
Designer
Accession Number
98.276.7
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buttress vessel form shape #416; for 'Teco' ware line