Marg Loring Bowl

Marg Loring Small Bowl


Item: Small Bowl

Designer/Maker: Marg Loring – A former arts columnist who began throwing pots to hold her plants and flower arrangements, Loring studied ceramics with Ilse Ruocco and sculpture with John Dirks at San Diego State College. She was a founding member of the Allied Craftsmen and became president of the group in 1949. In 1950 she served on the regional jury for the National Ceramic Exhibition in Syracuse, New York. Although Loring enjoyed block printing and weaving, she started working with clay in 1929, modeling and carving it until she took up working on the wheel. The Point Loma home that she shared with her husband Arthur Putnam Loring, was the site of her long-running pottery class. It was also the Allied Craftsmen’s mailing address for many years.

Description: Decorated stoneware bowl raised on a nicely-proportioned foot. Marked with the artist’s usual Lo stamp.

Dimensions: 5-7/8″ diam. X 2″ high

Condition: Excellent

Price: SOLD

Email for more information regarding this item: