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Greg Worthington

Southwest Style Pottery Pitcher and Bowl by Greg Worthington

Southwest Style Pottery Pitcher and Bowl by Greg Worthington

Regular price $ 220.00 USD
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Utah potter Greg Worthington made this high-fired stoneware pitcher and bowl in his well-known Cliff Dweller style. Resembling basketry motifs, the intricate patterns were inspired by those of the Anasazi natives of the Southwest. In 1980, Greg opened the Worthington Gallery in Zion Canyon, Utah, where his pottery has been sold along with the works of 50 other artists.

Hand made of a heavy brown stoneware clay, the beautifully carved and painted patterns are done in shades of cream, brown and pale blue. The wide, pulled strap handle of the pitcher is speckled brown on cream, as is the interior. It's 8 1/2 inches tall to the top of the rim, has a circumference around the belly of 20 inches and sits on a round dry bottom 3 inches in diameter that is signed with the initials "GW" incised in the clay. It weighs 2 pounds 10 ounces and is in excellent condition, with a small chip in the glaze on the inner rim the only sign of use.

The matching bowl is 10 1/2 inches across and 3 1/4 inches high. It weighs a hefty 3 pounds, 13 ounces and is also in excellent condition, with no evidence of wear and signed with "GW" on the bottom, also.

These stoneware pieces are not only beautiful but are functional: food safe, dishwasher-safe, microwave-safe, and oven-usable. Displayed together or apart, they make us glad Greg Worthington dropped pre-med for pottery.

PYH 5376

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