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Art Pottery by Lantern Hill, Seagrove NC, Candle / Airplant Holder / Planter Pot

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Item details

Condition
Used
Secondary Color
Blue
Color
Beige
Original/Reproduction
Contemporary Original
Material
Ceramic

More about this item

Lovely piece of signed studio pottery from Lantern Hill Pottery in Seagrove, North Carolina.

Signed "Lantern Hill Seagrove NC" on the base.

Pre-owned, in like-new condition.

This pretty little pot could be used to hold a tealight or votive candle, as an airplant holder or planter for orchid, african violet or similar plant, as a garlic holder or it could be used as an egg separator.

Size: 2.75 inches wide, 2.25 inches tall.

Colors: drip glaze in various colors of beige, blue, brown and blue-green.

Lantern Hill Pottery was run by well-known north carolinian potter Kit Vanderwal, from 2007 to 2014 when he was unfortunately murdered by a disgruntled former employee. He was well known for his face jugs, smiley face pots, and other unique hand crafted pottery pieces.