Catawba Indian Pottery King Hagler Book Ends by Georgia Harris. This piece is from the Thomas J Blumer Collection and is among one of several pieces that he acquired from the Catawba. Tom had a close relationship with many of the potters on the Reservation; however, Earl Robbins, Nola Campbell, and Georgia Harris were very dear to Tom and Tom was dear to them.About half of Tom's pottery resides in the archive of the Native American Studies Center in Lancaster, SC. The other half, about 1000 pcs, are here with me at our home in Columbia. One on Tom;s life and life's work and the other on Tom's passion for art, both collecting it and creating it. These are a interesting pair of bookends. They were done by Georgia Harris and marked very unusually as: Made by Georgie Harris Catawba S.
According to the acquisition card I found with the piece. They measure approximately: 4.25" wide, 4.5" deep, and 8 high to the top of the feather headdress. PLEASE STUDY THE PHOTOS AS THEY FORM A MAJOR PART OF THE DESCRIPTION.The item "Catawba Indian Pottery King Hagler Book Ends by Georgia Harris" is in sale since Monday, July 22, 2019. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Cultures & Ethnicities\Native American\ US\1935-Now\Pottery". The seller is "ganesh33" and is located in Columbia, South Carolina. This item can be shipped to United States.