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Newcomb Pottery vase An okra motif beautifies this 1903-era Newcomb Pottery vase, decorated by Roberta B. Kennon. Joseph Meyer was the potter. (Newcomb Art Collection; Photo by Owen Murphy)

An okra motif beautifies this Newcomb Pottery vase, decorated by Roberta B. Joseph Meyer was the potter. Photo by Owen Murphy)

Newcomb College Art Pottery High Glaze, 1902. Decorated by Mary Williams Butler with a pattern of calla lilies in underglaze blue and blue-green. Joseph Meyer's potter's mark.

Newcomb College Art Pottery High Glaze, Decorated by Mary Williams Butler with a pattern of calla lilies in underglaze blue and blue-green.

Two-Handled Vase: "Phlox"(c. 1894-1901) The arts and crafts movement inspired the design and decoration of Newcomb pottery, as seen in this piece by Joseph Fortune Meyer, decorated by Gertrude Roberts Smith.
New Orleans Museum of Art

Two-Handled Vase: "Phlox"(c. arts & crafts movement inspired design, decoration of Newcomb pottery,piece by Joseph Fortune Meyer, decorated by Gertrude Roberts Smith. New Orleans Museum of Art

Newcomb College Pottery.  Decorated by Mazie Teresa Ryan thrown by Joseph Fortune Meyer   1906  Earthenware  Height:  12-7/8 in.

Made by Newcomb College Pottery, New Orleans, Louisiana Decorated by Mazie Teresa Ryan (American, thrown by Joseph Fortune Meyer.

Joseph Fortune Meyer (France, Alsace-Lorraine, 1848 - 1931) , Sarah Agnes Estelle (Sadie) Irvine (United States, 1887 - 1970) , Newcomb College Pottery (United States, 1895 - 1940) Vase, 1927

Joseph Fortune Meyer (France, Alsace-Lorraine, 1848 - 1931) , Sarah Agnes Estelle (Sadie) Irvine (United States, 1887 - 1970) , Newcomb College Pottery (United States, 1895 - 1940) Vase, 1927

McCoy Pottery 001

All it Takes is Love… and Lori… for a great Antique Display!…

a pinner said, "I collect McCoy pottery - thanks to Martha Stewart. However I collect mostly all white McCoy.

AN AMERICAN ART POTTERY VASE   Painted by Sadie Irvine for Newcomb College, New Orleans, Louisiana, Circa 1920

Art Pottery - painted by Sadie Irvine for Newcomb College, New Orleans, Louisiana, Circa 1920

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