Rare American D.F. Haynes Severn Ware Aesthetic Movement Porcelain Bottle Vase
Rare American D.F. Haynes Severn Ware Aesthetic Movement Porcelain Bottle Vase Rare American D.F. Haynes Severn Ware Aesthetic Movement Porcelain Bottle Vase Rare American D.F. Haynes Severn Ware Aesthetic Movement Porcelain Bottle Vase Rare American D.F. Haynes Severn Ware Aesthetic Movement Porcelain Bottle Vase Rare American D.F. Haynes Severn Ware Aesthetic Movement Porcelain Bottle Vase Rare American D.F. Haynes Severn Ware Aesthetic Movement Porcelain Bottle Vase Rare American D.F. Haynes Severn Ware Aesthetic Movement Porcelain Bottle Vase Rare American D.F. Haynes Severn Ware Aesthetic Movement Porcelain Bottle Vase Rare American D.F. Haynes Severn Ware Aesthetic Movement Porcelain Bottle Vase Rare American D.F. Haynes Severn Ware Aesthetic Movement Porcelain Bottle Vase Rare American D.F. Haynes Severn Ware Aesthetic Movement Porcelain Bottle Vase Rare American D.F. Haynes Severn Ware Aesthetic Movement Porcelain Bottle Vase
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Rare American D.F. Haynes Severn Ware Aesthetic Movement Porcelain Bottle Vase

DETAILS
A very scarce American Aesthetic Movement vase of bottle form with small pierced handles and an embossed gilt band around the middle and neck. It was made from local clays from the Baltimore area. These hand built, limited production examples from this company are very rare to find.
LITERATURE
For a similar signed vase see: Rago Auction, September 16, 2006, Lot 318
STYLE
Aesthetic Movement
PATTERN
Severn Ware
COLOR(S)
Gold, tan
PLACE OF ORIGIN
United States
MAKER
Attributed to D.F. Haynes and Company / Chesapeake Pottery (Baltimore, Maryland, 1880-) | Founder(s): David Frances Haynes. Haynes hired two very experienced British potters to oversee his factory: Frederick Hackney and Lewis Taft. Taft had previously worked at William Brownfield & Son and Hackney at Wedgwood and at Fielding.
MARKS
Unmarked
PERIOD
Late 19th century
DATE
Circa 1881-85
DIMENSIONS
Width 6.5 Depth 6.5 Height 11.5 inches
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