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Architectural Pottery IN3F/S3F - Fire Feature with Gas Ring

By La Gardo Tackett, from VesseL
$1,858.00
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Design by La Gardo Tackett.
Made in the U.S.A. by VesseL.

Skillfully produced with clay, water and fire using proprietary techniques, the Architectural Pottery IN3F/S3F Fire Feature with Gas Ring is 100% earth-gendered recyclable. From materials and specifications to glazes and firing techniques, VesseL U.S.A. hand crafts each piece with passion and integrity from licensed original designs.

Embraced by design aficionados, The Architectural Pottery Collection™ was a favorite of prominent mid-century Los Angeles architects such as Richard Neutra and Pierre Koenig and was featured in many of Julius Schulman's famed photographs of Southern California architecture.

The IN3F/S3F Fire Feature with Gas Ring is available in a wide range of matte or gloss glazes.

Dimensions
  • 21" Dia X 24" H
Material(s)
Ceramic
Notes
Ceramic containers should never be subject to freezing water temperatures.
Item Number
VSL-IN3F-S3F
Model(s)
IN3F-S3F IN-3F-S-3F

Design by La Gardo Tackett.
Made in the U.S.A. by VesseL.

Skillfully produced with clay, water and fire using proprietary techniques, the Architectural Pottery IN3F/S3F Fire Feature with Gas Ring is 100% earth-gendered recyclable. From materials and specifications to glazes and firing techniques, VesseL U.S.A. hand crafts each piece with passion and integrity from licensed original designs.

Embraced by design aficionados, The Architectural Pottery Collection™ was a favorite of prominent mid-century Los Angeles architects such as Richard Neutra and Pierre Koenig and was featured in many of Julius Schulman's famed photographs of Southern California architecture.

The IN3F/S3F Fire Feature with Gas Ring is available in a wide range of matte or gloss glazes.

VesseL

VesseL USA Inc. was founded in 1998 to revive stunningly simple planters and other ceramic designs that brought acclaim to the Architectural Pottery Collection, a Los Angeles company founded in 1950 by Max and Rita Lawrence. Prominent mid-century LA architects such as Richard Neutura and Pierre Koenig favored the pottery line for spare, geometrically ordered residential gardens and commercial buildings. Pieces from the Architectural Pottery Collection were exhibited at the Museum of Modern Art in New York as early as 1951.

VesseL USA is the sole licensor of the award-winning Architectural Pottery Collection, including hand-crafted planters, containers and garden sculpture. Original designs are commissioned and produced by VesseL USA from designer specifications.

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La Gardo Tackett

The career of California ceramics designer La Gardo Tackett (1911-1992) had a chance beginning due to an unlikely friendship between an LA graphics designer, Lou Danziger, and a New Jersey meat packer, Max Lawrence, who shared a love of modernism. In 1949 while Tackett was teaching at the California School of Art in Pasadena, Danziger told Lawrence about Tackett and his students making planters and sculptures that looked like "white doughnuts, halved avocados and stacked pyramids".

Lawrence's wife decided to view their work and within months the couple began mass-producing the ceramics and Architectural Pottery was born. When the catalog was released in 1950, architects began ordering the pieces and MoMA selected most of the items for its 1951 Good Design exhibition. La Gardo Tackett became famous for his hourglass-shaped designs.

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What are the dimensions of this fire pit? How is it fuelled? Can it be connected to natural gas?  Thanks.

Asked by: coughlin
The dimensions for the IN3F/S3 fire feature can be found on the link below: http://www.architecturalpottery.com/image/order/illustrations/430-051.pdf The unit is a 2 piece ceramic fixture and comes with a 6" ring burner for Natural Gas only. It is fabricated with a 1" hole in the middle for the gas pipe. It also has an 5" access hole on the bottom half to turn a ball valve on or off. If you have additional questions we are always happy to help! Our product specialists are available over the phone to help you with a quote or to check the availability of a specific product that may work for your project. Brian YLiving Customer Support 866-842-6209
Answered by: Brian CS
Date published: 2015-02-05
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