Quad-bulb Bowl

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Material:
Ceramic
Coating:
Glaze
Depicts:
Made in:
United States
Produced:
From: 1951 To: 1955 (Approximately)
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# Produced:
Production Status:
Prototype
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Sculptor:
Design:
Planter
Label Type:
Embossed
Shape:
Irregular
Color:
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This is an item that you do not own (neither do I) It is a McCoy Quad-bulb bowl. This is such a unique and beautiful piece that somehow didn't make it into production. As a result, this is the ONLY existing example known. In the center is a McCoy uSA mark, with the uSA perpendicular to McCoy. On 3 of the feet are inscriptions: U111, 640 Pink, and Tpot Green. These are most likely inscriptions made by Ty Kuhn (glazing applier) This was an experimental piece, despite not having a conjoined TK on the base. This piece was found in a barn.

As far as I can see and tell, this was a forerunner of the Triple-bulb bowl McCoy produced. This may not be the only Quad-bulb bowl out there, as this is an experimental and non-production piece. (usually each non-production piece has a few examples for testing and such.)

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