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Glidden pottery #58 concentric rings vase

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Circa: 1945-1960
Manufacturer: Glidden Parker, Alfred University

Glidden Pottery, a unique stoneware bodied dinnerware and artware made in Alfred New York in 1940 to 1957 was designed and produced by Glidden Parker. It was said to be the American version of the Cizhou ceramics of the Chinese Song Dynasty. Glidden later had opened his ceramic plant. In 1946 the Glidden output was increased to 6000 pieces a week. In 1949 Glidden Pottery was second pottery to be used and is licensed for RAM Press.

Glidden Pottery was founded by Glidden Parker, who himself was a student at the New York State College of Ceramics in Alfred. He attended summer school from 1937-39 where he was a student under the designer Don Schreckengost. While many attribute the success of Glidden Pottery to the genius of Glidden Parker alone, the true genius lay in his ability to select colleagues to work with who served as designers, mold makers, and decorators. Sergio Dello Strologo and Fong Chow both collaborated with Glidden Parker and numerous awards and prizes were awarded to their designs. Most of Glidden’s known glazes, shapes and patterns are in collaboration with Fong Chow.

The marketing of Glidden pottery was done by Rubel and Company, marketers, in known giftware and women’s magazines in 1940 to 1950. In February 28, 1958 the Glidden Pottery closed.


This Glidden #58 concentric rings 5 1/2 inch tall vase is stunning and scarcely found. The glaze is not Glidden's standard turquoise matrix but a combination of a darker blue over the turquoise . Signed with an incised signature and the number 58 on the bottom. No ram. Excellent condition. No chips, crack or crazing.

Add it to your American Studio pottery or Mid-century collection today.


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