• Posted by Califia Suntree on August 23rd, 2011, 5:01 PM

    Until it closed the doors of its Los Angeles factory in 1962, Bauer Pottery produced some of the 20th century’s most beautiful dishes and pots, in vibrant colors and sleek modern designs. Their quality and artfulness (I am especially fond of the American Modern line, designed by Russel Wright. I even have some available at SpooningShop!) make vintage Bauer some of the priciest and most collectible vintage dishware around.  And that’s because the good stuff is scarce.

    Lucky for us, about ten years ago, Bauer relaunched, and has been recreating their vintage treasures at a factory in Highland–70 miles east of downtown Los Angeles–and selling them through their website, at select retailers and at their showroom sales held a few times a year near Glendale. The September 10-11 sale is their last one until December, so take this opportunity to stock up on gorgeous dishes–at a discount–for everyone on your gift list. (I sincerely hope that I’m on that list. Put me down for a tea pot.)

    When: September 10-11, 2011

    Where: 3051 Rosslyn St. in Los Angeles

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