Inspired by Ancient Asian Ceramics. The Asian aesthetic of this new Trillium Vase from century-old Pewabic Pottery is inspired by one of the company’s original designs, which in turn was encouraged by the Asian pot fragments supplied to the pottery’s founder by patron Charles Lang Freer. Named for him, our Freer Gallery of Art curates a number of Pewabic Pottery pieces. Crafted entirely by hand from Pewabic’s own clay and one of its arts-and-crafts-era glazes. 8"h x 7"dia.
What can be more charming than spring dining in a garden setting? The idealistic accessories we offer—serving pieces to complement your table, wraps and jewelry to enhance your outfit—will let you entertain or be entertained with a rosy panache. These lovely items recall holdings from the ceramics and glass and costume collections of our National Museum of American History.
Every Smithsonian purchase will arrive with a museum provenance card explaining how it is adapted from or inspired by an object or objects in our collection.
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