Lot Details & Additional Photographs
Lexington, NC., tall stoneware ring-turned baluster vases with a mottled earthy glaze, signed above the base rim "Gobble". These were displayed at the front of Bob's studio.
33.5 in.From the Personal Collection of Bob Timberlake, Lexington, North Carolina
Clyde Gobble is a close friend of Bob and one of his collaborators. Book hooked the gas up to fire Clyde's first kiln off in the 1960s. Clyde and his wife, Bonnie, bought the haunted 1820s Conrad home place from Bob. It was a log house located on Abbots Creek in Davidson County and where Clyde moved his studio and worked for many years.