One of a Kind Vintage Jar Vase decorated by Weston Neil Andersen
This vase is the plain jar vase form designed by Weston in 1982, which was the base form of the short modulous vase. The date which carved into the bottom of the vase is the year that the jar vase form was designed. This vase was created between 2000-2009. It Is a one of a kind vase decorated by Weston in gentle dabs if olive green on a soft light gray ground. The vase is cast in red stoneware using a clay body recipe designed by Weston. The vase is 6 inches tall and about 4 5 inches wide.
This Vase is an original one of a kind object created by Weston Neil Andersen.
Andersen Design is an American Designer Craftsmen Studio established by Weston and Brenda Andersen in 1952 on Southport Island, Maine, USA. The studio was started with a philosophy of creating hand crafted products affordable to the middle class. Andersen Design remained an American made ceramic studio when most of the western ceramic industry moved production to foreign labor markets and competed successfully in a market flooded with foreign made imports, producing a hand-made art product affordable to the middle class. Andersen Design stands as a singular American original design company taking the road less travelled during an era of global transformation.