Waylande Gregory Small Lime Fish Bowl
Waylande Gregory was an innovative American ceramic sculptor, an early seminal figure in the studio glass movement, and the creator of the largest ceramic sculpture in history with his work for the 1939 World’s Fair. Gregory was commissioned to sculpt by people such as Henry Fonda, Albert Einstein, Charles Lindbergh, as well as many other prominent figures. This piece is handcrafted from porcelain and fired at high temperatures for richly saturated color. Sparkling 22-karat gold accents the bowl’s glaze. Measures 4.5” x 1.5".