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Marilyn Kay Austin for Architectural Pottery Unglazed Vessels, Pair, circa 1970

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Marilyn Kay Austin for Architectural Pottery unglazed vessels, pair, circa 1970. Beautiful stoneware unglazed versions in very good original condition with matching inscribed dates on bottom of 10-20-1976. Both have some slight calcium deposits but are sound with no chips or cracks. Excellent original condition. Measures: 12.75" diameter x 9" height.

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