She studied at the Cleveland Institute of Art and Cranbrook Academy. Parshalls creations can be found in private collections as well as in museums such as the Houston Museum of Fine Art and the Cleveland Institute of Art. Her work has been shown from the East Coast to the West Coast including the Pottery Nationals in 1956, 1960 & 1962. Parshalls pieces have been referenced in ceramics periodicals including Ceramics Monthly issues from the 1950s and 1960s 11.1953; 2.1960; 1.1966; 6.1966 etc.She often partnered with artist Denis Chasek (please see the photo of the original Akron, Ohio pottery studio label). This stunning abstract piece is signed and has JP impressed twice, one on each side of the base. It is in excellent condition. There are no chips, hairlines, scratches, stains, or repairs. The base does have some of its original studio label.
It measures approximately 11 at its highest point and approximately 9 wide at its widest point and has an approximate circumference of 25.75 at its largest point. It weighs approximately 6.5 lbs. This would make a super display vessel for Ikebana flower arranging or simply as a spectacular addition to any mid-century modern decor or American art. We have no intention of misrepresenting an item and make every effort to provide clear photos and accurate descriptions.
However, should a concern arise we would welcome the opportunity to rectify the circumstance. Thank you for your interest. Questions will be answered to the best of our ability in a timely manner. Potential buyers should use all photographs as an addition to and extension of the written item description.
We sell primarily antique and vintage goods which are used and rarely in absolutely pristine or new condition. Please utilize the photos to judge and if you are unsure or have questions, please always ask. The absence of any reference to the condition does not imply the item is in perfect condition or completely free from wear and tear, imperfections, aging, or other consequences of being antique, vintage or pre-owned. Please note that we do not state, nor do we claim to be experts in the fields related to the item for sale.However, they do have outlets all over the country. We will gladly work with you in order to seek a reasonable resolution to reconcile the problem. Uptown Archeology and Artisan Antiques & Jewelry are privately owned stores specializing in antiques and jewelry. The stores have been in business for close to 40 years in Cleveland, OH. The item "50's JANE PARSHALL MCM STUDIO POTTERY CERAMIC VASE Cleveland Institute Cranbrook" is in sale since Wednesday, July 19, 2017.
This item is in the category "Pottery & Glass\Pottery & China\Art Pottery\Studio/ Handcrafted Pottery". The seller is "uptownarcheology" and is located in Cleveland, Ohio.This item can be shipped to United States.