View 1 of Lot 323. A Rare Jardiniere, Model No. 106.
View 1 of Lot 323. A Rare Jardiniere, Model No. 106.
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Teco Pottery

A Rare Jardiniere, Model No. 106

Estimate:

50,000 - 70,000 USD

Property from a Private Chicago Collection

Teco Pottery

Teco Pottery

A Rare Jardiniere, Model No. 106

A Rare Jardiniere, Model No. 106

Estimate:

50,000 - 70,000 USD

Lot sold:

56,700

USD

Property from a Private Chicago Collection

Teco Pottery

A Rare Jardiniere, Model No. 106


circa 1902

designed by Hugh M. G. Garden

glazed earthenware

impressed Teco three times

9 in. (22.9 cm) high

11 1/2 in. (29.2 cm) diameter

William Wesley Dillon and Susie Orr Wright Dillon, Nashville, Tennessee, circa 1902
Thence by descent to their daughter, Martha Ann Dillon
Thence by descent
Case Antiques Auctions and Appraisals, Knoxville, Tennessee, January 25-26, 2020, lot 496
Acquired from the above by the present owner
Walter Ellsworth Gray, "Latter-Day Developments in American Pottery-II," Brush and Pencil, February 1902, p. 293
Teco: Hints for Gifts and Home Decoration, Terra Cotta, IL, 1905, p. 5
Sharon S. Darling, Teco: Art Pottery of the Prairie School, Erie, PA, 1989, pp. 113 and 137
Barbara Mayer, In the Arts & Crafts Style, San Francisco, 1992, p. 62
Linda H. Roth and Elizabeth Mankin Kornhauser, eds., At Home with Gustav Stickley: American Arts & Crafts from the Stephen Gray Collection, London, 2008, pp. 6 and 10
Jonathan Clancy and Martin Eidelberg, Beauty in Common Things: American Arts & Crafts Pottery from the Two Red Roses Foundation, Clearwater, FL, 2008, p. 53
Judith A. Barter, Apostles of Beauty: Arts and Crafts from Britain to Chicago, Chicago, 2009, p. 163
Martin Eidelberg et al., Arts and Crafts Pottery from the Collection of the Two Red Roses Foundation, Vol. 6, Palm Harbor, FL, 2017, p. 67