HERE’S A SIGNED ORIGINAL VINTAGE 1960S-1970S HANDMADE / HAND-THROWN MODERN STUDIO ART POTTERY / STONEWARE GOBLET CREATED BY SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ARTIST JOAN AMPARAN THAT DISPLAYS A SCULPTED FIGURATIVE FORM OF A YOUNG RENAISSANCE MAIDEN QUEEN WHO HAS LONG BRAIDS AND IS WEARING A CROWN!
Dimensions: The goblet measures approximately six and one quarter inches (6 ¼”) in height, two and five eighths inches (2 5/8”) in diameter across the top, by three and three eighths inches (3 3/8”) in diameter across the base.
Signature: Signed on the underside bottom in black glass with the artist’s signature “Joan Amparán”
Condition: Good+ toward very good and clean condition with one small chip at the base on the front side. In addition, one of the braids in the maiden’s hair has the end curl broken and reattached. This is an old and barely visible repair. Overall and regardless of these two faults, she is still a beauty! And priced accordingly.
Please Note: The artist Joan Amparán and her studio pottery are featured in a newspaper article titled “A Soft Touch” published in the Los Angeles Times from Sunday, October 14, 1973.
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