Lot 1255
Jugtown Pottery (Seagrove, NC), Pair of Ku Form Vases
Lot Details & Additional Photographs
1930s, glazed stoneware with Chinese White exterior and blue interior and beaker vase form resting on notched feet, stamped on the underside, they retain Collection of Milton Bloch sticker.

Each 7 x 8 in.

From the Estate of the late Earl and Fran Senger, Greensboro, North Carolina

The use of the term Ku originates from the Chinese Ku shape beaker vase, Kangxi (1662-1722) although lacking the supporting base found on Chinese examples.

One vase with repaired hairline extending 3 in. from the rim.