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Claude Conover

Claude Conover (American, x x Untitled. Hand built stoneware vessel, signed on the underside, with natural matte glaze and hatch mark decoration with ivory glaze as accent.

Claude Conover (American, 1907-1994) 16"H x 13"W "Tamnes". Matte glazed hand-built ceramic vessel, signed and titled on the underside

Claude Conover (American, x "Tamnes". Matte glazed hand-built ceramic vessel, signed and titled on the underside

CLAUDE CONOVER Massive glazed ceramic vessel, "Acan," Ohio, 1970s; Signed and titled; 21 1/2" x 17"

CLAUDE CONOVER Massive glazed ceramic vessel, "Acan," Ohio, 1970s; Signed and titled; 21 1/2" x 17"

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Claude Conover (American, 20 x 11 x 11 in "Anatto". Hand built ceramic vessel with cross hatched and striped impressed pattern with clay slip rubbed into surface with matte finish, having the original plastic insert and signed on the bottom and titled.

A vertical line pattern emphasizes the height – over 25 inches – of Conover’s ‘Qibal’ vase, which sold in 2009 for $15,860. Image courtesy of Rago Arts and Auction Center.

CLAUDE-CONOVER - A vertical line pattern emphasizes the height – over 25 inches – of Conover’s ‘Qibal’ vase. Image courtesy of Rago Arts and Auction Center.

Claude Conover

Matte glazed hand-built ceramic vessel, signed and titled on the underside, . x x Original plastic insert.

Claude Conover (American, 1907-1994) 16 x 13 x 8 in. "Morelos". Hand built ceramic vessel with cross hatched and striped impressed pattern with clay slip rubbed into surface with matte finish, grid pattern on side. Signed and titled underneath.

Claude Conover (American, 16 x 13 x 8 in. Hand built ceramic vessel with cross hatched and striped impressed pattern with clay slip rubbed into surface with matte finish, grid pattern on side. Signed and titled underneath.

Claude Conover Born in Pittsburgh and educated at the Cleveland Institute of Art, Conover worked as a commercial designer for over 30 years before turning full-time to ceramics, the techniques of which he taught himself.

Claude Conover Born in Pittsburgh and educated at the Cleveland Institute of Art, Conover worked as a commercial designer for over 30 years before turning full-time to ceramics, the techniques of which he taught himself.

Claude Conover

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