From the Vasefinder Museum:
Raymond Gallucci (1923-2004) was born and reared in Allentown, Pennsylvania. He graduated from Parkland High School, where he was a student of William Swallow. He was also a student of Harold Mantz. Raymond received his M.F.A in painting from the Tyler School of Art, Temple University, Philadelphia in 1953. He taught at the Baum School of Art for 14 years, as well as privately. His body of work is primarily functional wares and large scale mosaic installations. In 1980, he received the Pennsylvania Governor's Award for Excellence in the Arts. His pots are in the permanent collection of the Philadelphia Museum of Art, Smithsonian and personal collection of author, James Michener.
Item: Compote Form with Ribs (this is a plated specimen in the Vasefinder Museum)
Condition: No post-factory damage, areas of thin glaze over ribs, as made.
Dimensions: 6.5 inches tall by 6.625 inches at its widest