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feelies Rose Cabat (b. 1914) is one of the United States' most reclusive ceramists, and certainly one of the oldest of the few well-known mid-20th century ceramists still alive and producing today. Cabat has spent the better part of the past fifty-four years perfecting the forms of the "feelies" imbuing them with a Zen perfection. Like Gertrud Natzler, who when asked why she continued throwing bowls replied she was after perfection.....by Bill Bush

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Glazed porcelain vase by Rose Cabat, 1958. Cabat's vases are called "feelies" because they are so inviting to touch. Collection of Philadelphia Museum of Art, www.philamuseum.org

Rose Cabat Glazed Ceramic "Feelies"

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Rose Cabat by American Museum of Ceramic Art, via Flickr

Rose Cabat (b. 1914,New York City) is an American potter. She is known for her "feelies" — small, fine, narrow-necked porcelain pots with soft glazes that feel feathery to the touch. Cabat uses a glaze formulated by her late husband Erni, which produces brilliant colors and a silky finish, hence the feelies' name

Pot Hans Coper  (British (born Germany) 1920–1981) Date: 1975

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