The Road Less Travelled
You may be accustomed to finding our traditional line, priced to be affordable to the middle class. We would love to be making it and also to be teaching others how to make our line but, alas, we do not currently have a production and training studio. To raise funds for a studio we are putting our vintage collection of rare, one of a kind and original design prototypes on the market. To learn more, follow our blog, Andersen Studio Evolution Diaries. We love this process and are committed to seeing it continue for the benefit of future makers.
Sugar bowl designed and handcrafted by Weston Neil Andersen In the late forties to early fifties. slip cast in white porcelain and This bowl is glazed in a yellow green mustard. It is 3 inches in diameter and 2.5 inches high. Slip cast in white porcelain. The sugar bowl from the early period has no signature and is glazed on the bottom with an unglazed rim. It is believed that this collection of sugar bowls were used as forms to test glazes, while Weston was working in the facilities at Akron Art Institute where he was Dean.
Andersen Design was started by Weston and Brenda Andersen in 1952. Our generation has the great honor and responsibility to guide it into the 21st century, maintaining while expanding upon its unique philosophy. What is that you say? Read on... Andersen Studio Evolution Diaries, by Susan Mackenzie Andersen
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