Catalina Pottery Vase

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Catalina Pottery Vase


Material Culture: A Clay Vase created by the Catalina Pottery Company in California.

Catalina Pottery (or Catalona Island Pottery) is the commonly used name for Catalina Clay Products, a division of the Santa Catalina Island Company, which produced brick, tile, tableware and decorative pottery on Santa Catalina Island, California. Catalina Clay Products was founded in 1927. Gladding, McBean & Co. acquired all of the assets of the company in 1937 and moved all production to its Franciscan dinnerware division in Los Angeles.

Material culture is the aspect of social reality grounded in the objects and architecture that surround people. It includes the usage, consumption, creation, and trade of objects as well as the behaviors, norms, and rituals that the objects create or take part in. All of these physical aspects of a culture help to define it.

Era: Art Deco

Dimensions: 5.75 inches height, 2.75 inches width

Condition: Fair - wear consistent with age and use. One small chip at the base.
May 14th, 2020 6:03:52 PM
May 14th, 2020 4:49:42 PM
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