Raymer Society Consignment Art Auction

Laughlin-Bashor, Rosemary - stoneware, good condition,

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Start price: $25

Estimated price: $50 - $75

Buyer's premium: 10%

"Hemlock" potion bottle by Rosemary Laughlin-Bashor (1922-2016) measures 7.5×3, is in good condition. Laughlin-Bashor was born Rosemary Chapee in Meade County, Kansas, in 1922, Rosemary Bashor later lived and taught school in Central Missouri and Southern Illinois. She joined the Bethany College art faculty in 1961, and taught as an Assistant Professor of Art for four years and returned in 1967 as the Chairperson of the Department. She taught at Bethany until 1969. In 1971 Rosemary moved to Bozeman, Montana and married John Bashor. They built a home and studio in Bridger Canyon. While John was teaching at MSU, Rosemary gave her full attention to ceramic sculpture.

Condition: good