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EARTHEN VESSEL REDWARE Christmas Goose Dish Circa 1986

EARTHEN VESSEL REDWARE Christmas Goose Dish Circa 1986

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Sweet handcrafted 6 ½” REDWARE HOLIDAY PLATE from the EARTHEN VESSEL of Cincinnati, Ohio.  The dish is dated 1986 and signed by the artist, Kim von Hedemann, who studied painting at Washington University and illustration at the University of Kansas.

The plate is glazed in a pretty bright blue with a Canadian Goose decorated with a Christmas wreath centered in the middle of the plate.  The back of the dish is incised with Earthen Vessel logo and the following:
CIN, OH 1986 ©
Signed K vonHedemann
The dish is in excellent condition and would be a perfect gift for your antique lover, folk art collector or pottery collector.
REDWARE: Redware is an earthenware pottery utilizing a red to pinkish burning clay body and was among the very first commercial products to be manufactured and used by European settlers to North America. Its fragile nature and its lead glaze rendered it obsolete as soon as an economically feasible alternative (salt-glazed stoneware, tin or glass) was available.

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