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Teco Pottery (Erdinç Bakla archive)

Teco Pottery (Erdinç Bakla archive)

Teco Pottery - Vase, Number 434. Matte Glazed Pottery. Designed by Fernand Moreau. Chicago, Illinois. Circa 1900. 11-1/2".

Teco Pottery - Vase, Number 434. Matte Glazed Pottery. Designed by Fernand Moreau. Chicago, Illinois. Circa 1900. 11-1/2".

Teco Pottery - Triangle Bowl with Claw Feet, Number 349. Matte Glazed Pottery. Chicago, Illinois. Circa 1900. 2-3/4" x 11-1/2".

Teco Pottery - Triangle Bowl with Claw Feet, Number 349. Matte Glazed Pottery. Chicago, Illinois. Circa 1900. 2-3/4" x 11-1/2".

Vintage Teco Pottery | Teco Pottery (1899-1917) - Matte Green Glazed Pottery. Chicago ...

Vintage Teco Pottery | Teco Pottery (1899-1917) - Matte Green Glazed Pottery. Chicago ...

Teco Pottery | shape no.260 | designed by E.J. Paulsen | tapering cylindrical form with a flared shoulder and four shapely handles | 13 inches

Teco Pottery | shape no.260 | designed by E.J. Paulsen | tapering cylindrical form with a flared shoulder and four shapely handles | 13 inches

A Teco pottery vase ovoid with pierced quattro lobed shoulder.

A Teco pottery vase ovoid with pierced quattro lobed shoulder.

Teco Pottery circa 1915 – Around 1885, William Day Gates established Gates Potteries in Crystal Lake, Illinois. After years of trial and error, he developed a cool, silvery green matte glaze that resembled the tones of aged bronze. Combining the first let

Teco Pottery circa 1915 – Around 1885, William Day Gates established Gates Potteries in Crystal Lake, Illinois. After years of trial and error, he developed a cool, silvery green matte glaze that resembled the tones of aged bronze. Combining the first let

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