Newcomb Pottery Bowl - Joseph Meyer c. 1910, c. 1910
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4.50 x 4.50 x 4.50 in
A gorgeous Newcomb Pottery bowl thrown by master potter Joseph Meyer. He was at Newcomb for around 30 years, between 1897 and 1927. We have included a photo of the marks on the bottom of the bowl: JM for Joseph Meyer, N for Newcomb, and B for pottery made between 1910 and 1912 with buff clay bodies and semi-matte glazes. Flawless condition, and with an exquisite glaze that is greenish with a hint of blue. Beautiful buff grayish-blue glaze. Newcomb mark stamped on bottom. Came from a fine St. Charles Avenue home out of the estate of Chip Flowers of New Orleans, with lots of Newcomb pottery in the collection, including a pair of candlesticks we have also listed on this site. If you are reading this it is probably because you are already familiar with Newcomb Pottery, but here's some information from Wikipedia, and there is a wealth of information about it online should you wish to learn more: "Newcomb Pottery, also called Newcomb College Pottery, was a brand of American Arts & Crafts pottery produced from 1895 to 1940. The company grew out of the pottery program at H. Sophie Newcomb Memorial College, the women's college now associated with Tulane University in New Orleans, Louisiana. The Pottery was a contemporary of Rookwood Pottery, the Saturday Evening Girls, North Dakota pottery, Teco and Grueby. Newcomb College had been founded expressly to instruct young Southern women in liberal arts. The art school opened in 1886 and production of art pottery on a for-profit basis began in 1895 under the supervision of art professors William Woodward, Ellsworth Woodward, and Mary Given Sheerer.