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Saturday Evening Girls (S.E.G.) Swan Plate

Saturday Evening Girls (S.E.G.) Swan Plate

A Saturday Evening Girls  [Paul Revere Pottery] exceptional cylindrical vase decorated in cuerda seca with a village seen through tall trees. Arts and crafts pottery; Craftsman bungalow

A Saturday Evening Girls [Paul Revere Pottery] exceptional cylindrical vase decorated in cuerda seca with a village seen through tall trees. Arts and crafts pottery;

SATURDAY EVENING GIRLS Rare and early bowl decorated by Fanny Levine in cuerda seca with roosters on a green ground, along with "Early to Bed & Early to Rise Makes a Child Healthy, Wealthy & Wise," 1909.

SATURDAY EVENING GIRLS Rare and early bowl decorated by Fanny Levine in cuerda seca with roosters on a green ground, along with "Early to Bed & Early to Rise Makes a Child Healthy, Wealthy & Wise,"

SATURDAY EVENING GIRLS Rare and large mug decorated in cuerda seca with two roosters and a poem, "If I Sing Faithfully & Sonorously, & If, Long After Me, & Long After That, In Every Farmyard Its Cock Sings Faithfully, Sonorously, I Truly Believe There Will Be No More Night!" Ca. 1910.

SATURDAY EVENING GIRLS Rare and large mug decorated in cuerda seca with two roosters and a poem, "If I Sing Faithfully & Sonorously, & If, Long After Me, & Long After That, In Every Farmyard Its Cock Sings Faithfully, Sonorously, I Truly Believe There Will Be No More Night!" Ca. 1910.

Door Pottery - Scott Draves - SEG - Saturday Evening Girls Style - Arts & Crafts

Door Pottery - Scott Draves - SEG - Saturday Evening Girls Style - Arts & Crafts

EDITH BROWN SATURDAY EVENING GIRLS Large bowl with geese, Boston, MA, 1926

Rago Arts and Auction Center - Stickley and Modern furniture;

SATURDAY EVENING GIRLS Two bud vases decorated in cuerda seca with daffodils, 1914-15.

SATURDAY EVENING GIRLS Two bud vases decorated in cuerda seca with daffodils, 1914-15.

SATURDAY EVENING GIRLS Rare and early pear-shaped pitcher decorated in cuerda seca with a tortoise and hare, and the motto, "Slow but Sure," 1909. Signed S.E.G.

SATURDAY EVENING GIRLS Rare and early pear-shaped pitcher decorated in cuerda seca with a tortoise and hare, and the motto, "Slow but Sure," Signed S.

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