each painted in a teal and cranberry plaid adorned overall with a lacy foliate vine; raised on square wooden plinths; labeled 'Frederick Cooper, Chicago'; good vintage condition with no chips or cracks; minor rubbing and wear to surface
with long cylindrical neck above a spherical body all in an ivory crater-glaze finish; good vintage condition with minor overall wear; Jaru Art Products began in 1950 by Jack and Ruth Hirsh in Culver City, Calif. The name is a combination of the first two letters of their first names (Ja and ru). Jaru sold artwares by various artists then later created its own line. Most pieces were marked with a simple paper sticker, although some have an impressed mark. Jaru was sold in 1968.
of cornucopia form with flared candle holder tapering to a scrolled end; adorned with florets and acanthus leaves all over a later ebonized wooden plinth; ex-collection of Michael Taylor, San Francisco; later plinth; overall patina and wear; refreshed gilding
each signed and hand-thrown jar-form pot decorated with abstract foliate fronds; all glazed in earth tone colors of russet, brown and ochre; excellent vintage condition with no chips or cracks; rewired; Eric Norstad (1924-2013) was an American potter and architect who worked primarily on the west coast of the United States.
each bottle-form lamp with long cylindrical neck above a bulbous body all in a peach and white crackle glaze with gilded highlights; by Frederick Cooper Lamp Co., Chicago; good vintage condition with no chips; fine overall craquelure to glaze; rewired