For over 140 years, Haeger Pottery created beloved pottery and ceramic objects that were a treasured part of daily family life in homes around the world. The company, along with the Haeger Pottery Museum, officially closed their doors in 2016 and are now bringing the majority of their artware and other items to auction on February 24. Over 2,000 objects ranging from small decorative items to the 1976 world’s largest handthrown vase will be offered for sale, giving buyers a chance to own a piece of this rich history.
Auction takes place online only
Previews at Chicago location: Tuesday, February 21, 10am-7pm; Wednesday, February 22, 10am-5pm; Thursday, February 23, 10am-5pm
Image: Three Haeger Pottery Figures comprising one example in the form of a charging bull designed by Eric Olsen along with two examples in the form of a horse. Length of first 18 1/2". Sale 506 Lot 163.