David & Anita Meaders Signed Grape Vase Folk Art Pottery Cleveland GA
David & Anita Meaders Signed Grape Vase Folk Art Pottery Cleveland GA
David & Anita Meaders Signed Grape Vase Folk Art Pottery Cleveland GA
David & Anita Meaders Signed Grape Vase Folk Art Pottery Cleveland GA
David & Anita Meaders Signed Grape Vase Folk Art Pottery Cleveland GA
David & Anita Meaders Signed Grape Vase Folk Art Pottery Cleveland GA
David & Anita Meaders Signed Grape Vase Folk Art Pottery Cleveland GA
David & Anita Meaders Signed Grape Vase Folk Art Pottery Cleveland GA
David & Anita Meaders Signed Grape Vase Folk Art Pottery Cleveland GA
David & Anita Meaders Signed Grape Vase Folk Art Pottery Cleveland GA
David & Anita Meaders Signed Grape Vase Folk Art Pottery Cleveland GA

David & Anita Meaders Signed Grape Vase Folk Art Pottery Cleveland GA

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Item: Pottery Vase

Age: 1990’s

Make: David & Anita Meaders 

Model: Vase w/ Grapes

Dimensions: 5 1/2” Dia x 7” H 

Construction: Pottery

Condition: Excellent

About the artist:

The Meaders family may not have been the first to produce Southern stoneware, but its members were, and still are, among the most influential and imaginative contributors to the genre.

Theirs is a pottery-making story of happenstance. Before the commercial availability of containers made of tin and glass, or the luxurious invention of refrigeration, 19th- and 20th-century potters created valuable vessels for carrying and containing perishables and goods.

Anytime a region’s soil was found to be dense with clay, the area would soon become the site of pottery operations. White County, Georgia, was just such a place. It’s reported that at one point during the 20th century, Mossy Creek, located in southern White County, boasted nearly 100 potters among its residents. Included within those numbers was John Milton Meaders, who founded Meaders Pottery in 1892-93.