The words “Italian” and “Red” seem to go hand-in-hand—as the example above proves. This Italian Modernist vase, crafted in the 1960’s, was first hand-incised with a “rustic tilework” pattern, then finished with a brown-dappled red glaze. Modern and primitive at the same time. This piece is part of our newly-received Red Modernist pottery, now in-store for your perusal.
Please come into the shop to see the full collection of newly-acquired art pottery or click on the photo above to learn more about this particular piece.