Zanesville Stoneware Company, Zanesville, OH 1889-2002
ZSC is one of the nation’s oldest potteries and the last surviving pottery from Zanesville’s golden era of pottery production. This vintage 2-handled vase is from their Omar Ware line. It has a gloppy, uneven surface with satiny splotches of maroon and green glaze against a matte beige and tan background. It has the original paper label on the bottom which reads: “Then to the lip of this poor earthen urn I lean’d the secret of my life to learn.” Hand thrown.
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