Vintage CEMAR CALIFORNIA USA POTTERY ~ Mid Century MODERN PINK DISH Console Bowl
Vintage CEMAR CALIFORNIA USA POTTERY ~ Mid Century MODERN PINK DISH Console Bowl
Vintage CEMAR CALIFORNIA USA POTTERY ~ Mid Century MODERN PINK DISH Console Bowl
Vintage CEMAR CALIFORNIA USA POTTERY ~ Mid Century MODERN PINK DISH Console Bowl
Vintage CEMAR CALIFORNIA USA POTTERY ~ Mid Century MODERN PINK DISH Console Bowl
Vintage CEMAR CALIFORNIA USA POTTERY ~ Mid Century MODERN PINK DISH Console Bowl
Vintage CEMAR CALIFORNIA USA POTTERY ~ Mid Century MODERN PINK DISH Console Bowl
Vintage CEMAR CALIFORNIA USA POTTERY ~ Mid Century MODERN PINK DISH Console Bowl
Vintage CEMAR CALIFORNIA USA POTTERY ~ Mid Century MODERN PINK DISH Console Bowl
Vintage CEMAR CALIFORNIA USA POTTERY ~ Mid Century MODERN PINK DISH Console Bowl
Vintage CEMAR CALIFORNIA USA POTTERY ~ Mid Century MODERN PINK DISH Console Bowl
Vintage CEMAR CALIFORNIA USA POTTERY ~ Mid Century MODERN PINK DISH Console Bowl

Vintage CEMAR CALIFORNIA USA POTTERY ~ Mid Century MODERN PINK DISH Console Bowl

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Vintage CEMAR CALIFORNIA USA POTTERY ~ Matte Glaze Pale PINK Candy or Nut DISH / Console Bowl

Mid Century MODERN atomic design.

Cemar Clay Products was a California pottery operating between 1935 and 1955. Cemar's art pottery products are popular with collectors of California pottery as well as those who look for retro style designs.

  • Mark: 6505 || Cemar Ceramics || USA 
  • Measurements (WxHxD): 11.75 x 1.5 x 5.5 inches
  • Condition: See photos and use zoom to fully evaluate condition. A few scuff lines, mainly on bottom. A few glaze pops in center. No crazing, cracks or breaks.

Cemar was founded by Cliff J. Malone and Paul Cauldwell, two former employees of the well-established (J.A.) Bauer Pottery. Cemar Pottery, like Bauer, was based in Los Angeles, California. Cemar was part of the larger boom in California pottery during the World War II era when pottery imports from Asia were restricted or banned; a variety of potteries operated in California to keep up with domestic demand. Cemar was one of 13 members of the California Pottery Guild in 1952. Many of Cemar's designs were created by potter Fred Kaye. Cemar was bought by Bauer Pottery in the mid-1950s. Bauer reused a number of the molds formerly used by Cemar.