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Cowan Pottery Art Deco Pavlova Flower Figure Candelabra
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Cowan Pottery Art Deco Pavlova Flower Figure Candelabra

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Directory: Vintage Arts: Decorative Art: Ceramics: American: Pottery: Pre 1930: Item # 659176
Mark Bassett (aka 'potterybooks')
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This beautiful Cowan lady flower figure is also a seahorse figural candelabra--rare and delicate. The base also has seashell shapes, perfect for use in a bowl with water and a few flower stems.

"Pavlova" is her nickname, after the Russian ballerina. Measurements are 6.75" t. x 9.75" at the widest. The round bottom portion has a 4.75" diameter, in case you're trying to match against a particular bowl. Special Ivory glaze, designed by R. Guy Cowan.

A very few black specs in the glaze, but these are not obvious when on display. No nicks, chips, hairlines or repairs. Marked with the round RG Cowan logo. Made in the late (roaring) 1920s.