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Albert H. King, American, (1900–1982)
Bowl, n. d.
10 in. x 10 in. x 4 3/8 in. (25.4 cm x 25.4 cm x 11.11 cm)

Object Type: Ceramic
Technique: Thrown
Period: Modern 19th - 1945
Credit Line: Gift of Mr. Albert H. King and Mrs. Louisa Anne Etcheverry King
Accession Number: 0786

Artist's insignia at bottom (probably his intitials); Label reading "C36" on bottom.

Thrown porcelain. Glaze is either a yellow stain with clear overgloss or a very sheer canary yellow high gloss glaze. Glaze gets lighter as it proceeds down the bowl. Engraved lines around the body of the bowl. A matte satin olive glaze with purple spots around the rim and the center of the bowl.

Object Description
A thrown porcelain bowl with a sheer canary yellow glaze and olive green matte satin glaze with purple spots on both the rim and center of the bowl. Large opening and narrower center, that is sunken down and acts as the foot of the bowl.

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