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David Cressey and Robert Maxwell Earthgender Lantern
By David Cressey, Robert Maxwell
Located in San Diego, CA
Stoneware lantern by David Cressey and Robert Maxwell for their company, Earthgender. Glazed rings around the exterior. Rare and beautiful form. Signed on the bottom. 1970s.
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1970s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage David Cressey

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Clay

David Cressey Flame-Glaze Planter for Architectural Pottery
By David Cressey, Architectural Pottery
Located in Los Angeles, CA
Bell-shaped planter by David Cressey for the Pro/Artisan collection by Architectural Pottery with Cressey’s signature “Flame Glaze.” This planter has a simple shape, widest through i...
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1960s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage David Cressey

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Ceramic

David Cressey for Architectural Pottery 'Cheerio' Planter, ca. 1970
By David Cressey
Located in Costa Mesa, CA
Vintage David Cressey for Architectural Pottery Pro/Artisan Series 'Cheerio' pattern planter in ivory glaze. One drain hole on bottom. Measures 14" Diameter x 12" Height.
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1970s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage David Cressey

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Stoneware

David Cressey Pro/Artisan Leaf Pattern Vase or Lamp Base, 1970
By David Cressey
Located in Costa Mesa, CA
Beautiful leaf pattern vase or lamp base by David Cressey for Artchitectural Pottery Pro/Artisan Series. Can be used as a lamp base, has an open bottom or can also stand alone as a d...
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1970s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage David Cressey

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Stoneware

David Cressey Architectural Pottery Planter on Iron Tripod Base
By David Cressey
Located in Los Angeles, CA
Elegant and humble California design. Made with Cressey's own low fired natural stoneware "formula clay". From a mold designed by John Follis for Architectural Pottery USA. It ha...
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Mid-20th Century American Mid-Century Modern David Cressey

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Ceramic

David Cressey & Robert Maxwell for Earthgender “Sunburst” Planter
By David Cressey, Robert Maxwell, Robert Maxwell and David Cressey
Located in Los Angeles, CA
A stoneware planter from Earthgender, David Cressey and Robert Maxwell’s early 1970s project. This 12.75” diameter example is incised in the “Sunburst” design a pattern of lines radi...
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1970s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage David Cressey

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Stoneware

Pair of David Cressey Stoneware Lamps
By David Cressey
Located in Los Angeles, CA
Pair of David Cressey stoneware lamps, USA, c.1960s. The wheel thrown stoneware lamps feature a speckled olive colored glaze with applied textured drip details. The ceramic form sits...
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1960s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage David Cressey

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Bronze

David Cressey Stoneware Pro/Artisan Planter for Architectural Pottery
By David Cressey, Architectural Pottery
Located in Los Angeles, CA
David Cressey Pro/Artisan collection Planter for Architectural Pottery. This stoneware planter has a soft speckled unglazed interior as well as an unglazed natural warm brown clay ex...
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1960s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage David Cressey

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Clay, Stoneware

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David Cressey furniture for sale on 1stDibs

David Cressey furniture is available for sale on 1stDibs. These distinctive objects are often made of ceramics and are designed with extraordinary care. In our David Cressey collection, there are many options to choose from, although brown editions of this piece are particularly popular. We have 63 vintage editions of these items in-stock, while there is 0 modern edition to choose from as well. Many of the original furniture by David Cressey were created in North America during the 20th century in the Mid-Century Modern style. Many customers also consider furniture by Architectural Pottery, Maurizio Tempestini and Woodard Furniture Co., if you are looking for additional options. David Cressey furniture prices can vary depending on size, time period and other attributes. 1stDibs's price starts at $720 and tops out at $12,250, while pieces like these can sell for $2,800 on average.

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