• Andrea Gill (American, born 1948)
    Illusionary Flight, 1992
  • Antonio Prieto (American, born Spain, 1912–1967)
    Bottle, mid-1950s
  • Beatrice Wood (American, 1893–1998)
    Blue and Gold Lusterware with Band of Gold Figures, 1977
  • Bennett Bean (American, born 1941)
    Untitled (Vessel), 1982
  • Catalina Pottery Galdding, McBean & Co.
    Vase, circa 1940
  • Clayton Bailey (American, born 1939)
    Claytonium Bottle, 1991
  • David Gilhooly (American, 1943–2013)
    Frog Drum, circa 1975
  • David Gilhooly (American, 1943–2013)
    Frog Buddha, 1975
  • Franz A. Bischoff (American, born Austria, 1864–1929)
    Red and White Roses Vase, 1908
  • Gertrud and Otto Natzler (American, born Austria, 1908–1971; 1908–2007)
    Bowl, 1943
  • Gertrud and Otto Natzler (American, born Austria, 1908–1971; 1908–2007)
    Vase, 1961
  • Gertrud and Otto Natzler (American, born Austria, 1908–1971; 1908–2007)
    Vase, n.d.
  • Grace Young (American, 1869–1947)
    Vase with Portrait of Suriap, 1901
  • James Lovera (American, 1920–2015)
    Flow Bowl, 2008
  • James Lovera (American, 1920–2015)
    Molten Blue-Green Crater Bowl, 2005
  • James Lovera (American, 1920–2015)
    Sunburst Charger, 2003
  • Jean Renoir (French, 1894–1979)
    Vase avec baigneuses, circa 1920–1924
  • Kataro Shirayamadani (American, born Japan, 1865–1948) for Rookwood Pottery
    Vase, 1892
  • Percy Gray (American, 1869-1952)
    Haviland Plate with Portrait of American Indian, n.d.
  • Peter VandenBerge (American, born Netherlands, 1935)
    Sin Yo Rita, 1992

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