RMJM · William Gates Building, University of Cambridge

RMJM · William Gates Building, University of Cambridge

Terra Cotta, IL--TECO Pottery--Teco {an abbreviation of TErra COtta} art pottery was founded just after the great Chicago fire by William Gates in 1899. Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Terra Cotta, IL--TECO Pottery--Teco {an abbreviation of TErra COtta} art pottery was founded just after the great Chicago fire by William Gates in 1899. Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

1. Gray Owl- a really pretty light gray. Amanda has this in her house and it looks beautiful; 2. Abalone- another pretty light gray with a touch of brown and lavender; 3. Nimbus- a warm neutral gray; 4. Winter Gates; 5. Thunder; 6. Smoke Embers- nice cool gray with blue tones- looks good with Hale Navy; 7. Stone Harbor; 8. Waynesboro Taupe- this color changes dramatically given the light but is really rich; 9. Rockport Gray- one of Amanda's favorites! ; 10. Chelsea Gray; 11. Kendall…

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1. Gray Owl- a really pretty light gray. Amanda has this in her house and it looks beautiful; 2. Abalone- another pretty light gray with a touch of brown and lavender; 3. Nimbus- a warm neutral gray; 4. Winter Gates; 5. Thunder; 6. Smoke Embers- nice cool gray with blue tones- looks good with Hale Navy; 7. Stone Harbor; 8. Waynesboro Taupe- this color changes dramatically given the light but is really rich; 9. Rockport Gray- one of Amanda's favorites! ; 10. Chelsea Gray; 11. Kendall…

ORB VASE - TECO ART POTTERY ♥   Product Details  An American Classic. Teco art pottery was originally produced from 1899 through 1920 by the American Terra Cotta and Ceramics Company. Reproduced in Illinois, our collection includes several of the original Teco shapes by notable designers such as W. D. Gates, Fritz Albert, William Mundie, Fernand Moreau and Frank Lloyd Wright.

ORB VASE - TECO ART POTTERY ♥ Product Details An American Classic. Teco art pottery was originally produced from 1899 through 1920 by the American Terra Cotta and Ceramics Company. Reproduced in Illinois, our collection includes several of the original Teco shapes by notable designers such as W. D. Gates, Fritz Albert, William Mundie, Fernand Moreau and Frank Lloyd Wright.

William Gates (active 1774-c. 1800) - Commode, 1781 - Oak, pine, satinwood, tulipwood, purplewood, sycamore, amboyna and other woods | Dim: 89.5 x 114.3 x 53.3 cm.

William Gates (active 1774-c. 1800) - Commode, 1781 - Oak, pine, satinwood, tulipwood, purplewood, sycamore, amboyna and other woods | Dim: 89.5 x 114.3 x 53.3 cm.

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