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Silver Springs Pottery Vase

This Silver Springs swirl-pattern pottery vase, ca. 1950s–65, was made by Henry Graack at the Silver Springs Pottery for sale to tourists. A variety of shapes and styles were created at the pottery using the swirl design that mixed different colors of clay. Most pieces were between 2” and 5” high, and designed to be a convenient size souvenir. Typically, the clay was left unglazed with a rough surface, but some pieces were made having a shiny glaze. However, they are much less common. To create a Florida theme to the pottery, often the unglazed clay was scented with an orange blossom fragrance. (Collection of the Museum of Florida History)