SOLD! for $16,800.00.
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- Low Estimate: $28,000.00
- High Estimate: $32,000.00
- Realized: $16,800.00
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Teco Pottery (Terra Cotta, IL) Jardiniere, Model #106 designed by Hugh Garden, organic rounded form with eight open strap-like leaves or tendrils surrounding molded water lilies or lotus blossoms; green matte glaze with charcoal accents. Stamped TECO three times to underside. 9 1/2" H x 11 1/2" dia. Circa 1905. Provenance: private Nashville collection, by descent from Martha Ann Dillon (1911-2000), daughter of William Wesley Dillon (1866-1934), founder of the W.W. Dillon Shoe Company and W.W. Dillon Realty Co. Together with George W. Bennie, Mr. Dillon constructed the well known Bennie-Dillon Building on Nashville's Church Street. The Dillon family home at 1715 Broadway was leased to the Roche Patton Funeral Home for decades before being torn down (a Hilton Garden Inn now occupies the site). William and his wife, Susie Orr Wright Dillon, were likely the original owners of this piece. PRE-APPROVAL IS REQUIRED TO BID ON THIS LOT. PLEASE CONTACT CASE ANTIQUES, INC. AT THE KNOXVILLE GALLERY FOR DETAILS. 865-558-3033 or BID@CASEANTIQUES.COM. CONDITION: Professional restoration in 2019 to chips on four tendrils by GMAB Conservation Services, Inc. of Bradley Beach, NJ. One diagonal grey mark, approximately 1 1/4" L noted to body, possibly in the making. Conservation report available on request.