This vase, decorated by Roberta Beverly Kennon and made by Joseph Fortune Meyer around 1905, exhibits the repeating, conventionalized natural motifs with sharply incised, delineated borders commonly found on Newcomb Pottery in the early 1900s, and it retains its label on the underside that notes the "subject" as irises.
This vase, decorated by Roberta Beverly Kennon and made by Joseph Fortune Meyer around 1905, exhibits the repeating, conventionalized natural motifs with sharply incised, delineated borders commonly found on Newcomb Pottery in the early 1900s, and it retains its label on the underside that notes the "subject" as irises.

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This vase, decorated by Roberta Beverly Kennon and made by Joseph Fortune Meyer around 1905, exhibits the repeating, conventionalized natural motifs with sharply incised, delineated borders commonly found on Newcomb Pottery in the early 1900s, and it retains its label on the underside that notes the “subject” as irises.

Technical Details

  • Camera: DMC-ZS5
  • Taken: 05/24/2018
  • Focal length: 4mm
  • Aperture: f/3
  • Exposure: 1/30 second
  • ISO: 125

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