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-WLS Test Category - 123

North Dakota School of Mines - lot 27 March 2006


NORTH DAKOTA SCHOOL OF MINES Bulbous vase by Julia Mattson with cowboys on a brown ground. Indigo stamp, JM210. 7 1/2" x 5"

Sold for: $3,120 March 2006 Auction
Pewabic - lot 29 March 2007


PEWABIC Plate embossed with black rooks against gold lustered glaze. Stamped PEWABIC. 10" dia. (NOTES: "George Ohr and Brouwer were not alone in rediscovering luster. Here was, unexpectedly, a plate with rooks, and not by Rookwood! Certainly one of the best examples of Pewabic we'd ever seen, there is a bold graphic quality, perhaps because the luster has been carefully brushed from the edges of the crows, making them stand out in stark relief. There is something classic about it, perhaps it's the triple bars dividing the panels which recall the triglyphs separating the reliefs of the frieze on the Parthenon. Purchased from Henry Coger years ago, one of the legendary early dealers in folk art.")

Sold for: $4,800 March 2007 Auction
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