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Alabaster White Art Deco Pottery Vase Hyalyn Pottery Company




Beautiful Alabaster White Art Deco scroll design vases. You can purchase one or both. Price is $20.00 each. These can be displayed with silk or fresh flowers or just as is. Under the vase is "Hyalyn 607", not easy to see in my photos.

Approximate size is 7" Height, 7" long. Opening of the vase is 4 3/4" by 3 1/4".

IF you'd like to purchase both, I will adjust shipping once it's shipped.

No chips or cracks. Slight grey small mark to one of the bases, I can't remove with cleaner, not very noticeable.

Information About the Company
The Hyalyn Porcelain Company was founded in Hickory, North Carolina, in 1947 by H. Leslie Moody (who had been educated at Ohio State, then worked with Abingdon, San Jose Pottery, and Rookwood before he began his own company), and his wife Frances Moody. Leslie Moody was general manager of Hyalyn Porcelain, Incorporated, until his death in 1973 (and president 1965-1973). The name "hyalyn" is Frances Moody's spelling variation of the word "hyaline" (meaning: “A translucent glass-like substance”). This described their aspirations for their pottery and glazes. The hyalyn pieces were high-fired with a white clay body. They show the influence of Art Deco and Mid-Century Modern designs. hyalyn is quietly being accumulated by “pottery people” because of its beauty, as more information emerges, it will become even more popular.

*VINTAGE NOTE: Please remember that this item has already had a previous life. Therefore, there might be the occasional imperfection. Although I take great care to describe any flaws and provide all the correct information about the age and details about the vintage items, I'm not a expert antique dealer.

Vintage #T41

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