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Albert H. King, American, (1900–1982)
Bowl, n. d.
10 1/8 in. x 10 1/8 in. x 4 1/4 in. (25.72 cm x 25.72 cm x 10.8 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: 0784

Label reading "C-16" on bottom.

Thrown porcelain. White glaze on outside. Some ridges were formed into the body of the bowl. Black/dark brown stain (possibly black iron oxide) used for thin line detailing along outside of bowl. A sheer yellow stain was used to make some stripes on the outside of bowl. Interior is glazed a matte dull blue/green color with purple speckles in the center, most likely from copper in the glaze.

Object Description
White porcelain bowl with pale yellow stripes in various thicknesses on the exterior, with some dark brown detailing along the ridges. The interior is a muted blue/green matte glaze with some purple speckles in the center of the bowl. Like the other King bowls in the collection, this bowl has a wide opening, but a sunked center that doubles for the foot of the bowl. Mushroom shaped.

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