• This hand-hammered copper vase is a classic Arts and Crafts form.
    • SIZE: 8" high x 4.25" at widest
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  • During our first year in the copper business (1994) the local Stickley Furniture dealer asked us to make several different vases to complement their Stickley Furniture Gallery display. Twenty-six years later, Master Coppersmith Antonio Ziranda, in Santa del Cobre, Mexico handcrafted a limited quantity of one of those vases for this month's featured product. It's a classic Arts & Crafts form and just as beautiful today as it was in 1994. At 8" high it's yours for $175.
    • SIZE: 8" high x 5.5" wide
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  • Master Coppersmith Antonio Ziranda made this beauty which was inspired by the texture of a pineapple (pina in Espanol) fruit. It masures 6.25" high and 8" at the widest. Don't delay - we only have one!
    • SIZE: 6.25" high x 8" at the widest
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  • This hand hammered copper vase was inspired by a piece in Frank Lloyd Wright's private collection which was originally created in 1909 by a Russian coppersmith.
    • 9" height $195 (base 3.15" wide, flared mouth 4" wide)
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  • Every few years Master Coppersmith Antonio Ziranda makes a small edition of this "Etched Arrowhead"  vase.  This beauty measures 9" high x 9.5" at the widest and is heirloom quality.
    • SIZE: 9" high x 9.5" at the widest
  • The fall issue of American Bungalow Magazine featured our interpretation of a vase from Marblehead Pottery (Massachusetts 1906-36). Marblehead Pottery sponsored  a craft-therapy program that was so successful it became an independent commercial enterprise within a year.
    • SIZE: 9" high x 8" wide
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  • This vase is striking as a sculptural object and beautifully crafted by Master Coppersmith Antonio Ziranda.
    • SIZE: 10" high x 8" wide
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  • This hammered copper vase is part of our "Master Series Architectural Accents" because of the heroic scale and weight of the work (9+ pounds). The inspiration for this vase was a ceramic Teco vase we saw during our first visit to the Frank Lloyd Wright Home and Studio in Oak Park, Illinois many years ago.  Treat this vase as sculpture and place it in a niche or fireplace setting.  Click the additional image below to see how Wright might have used this in one of his famous "branch" arrangements.
    The American Terra Cotta Tile and Ceramic Company was founded in 1881 (originally as Spring Valley Tile Works). It became the country's first manufactury of architectural terra cotta in 1889. The owner used these facilities to experiment with clays and glazes attempting to design a line of art pottery which led to the introduction of Teco Pottery.
    The pottery shapes derived from line and color rather than elaborate decoration. Many of their designs were the work of several Chicago architects that were involved in the Prairie School style as expressed by Frank Lloyd Wright. Any ornamentation consisted of geometrical or natural objects.
    In October 1929 part of the business closed due to the stock market crash and later the plant fell victim to the Great Depression and operations ceased. They resumed production of structural clay products through 1966.
    •  17.75" high (4.75" wide at  mouth and 7" wide at base)
  • Master Coppersmith Antonio Ziranda created this beauty for the annual Concourso in Santa Clara del Cobre, a prestigious contest where only the most talented coppersmiths need apply. An excellent example of collector quality, if this piece speaks to you don't delay - we only have ONE! 13" high x 10" at the widest
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