Rose Cabat is an American potter known for her "feelies"— small, fine, narrow-necked porcelain pots with soft glazes that feel feathery to the touch. Born in Brooklyn, NY in 1914, the self-taught artist uses a glaze formulated by her late husband Erni, which produces brilliant colors and a silky finish, hence the feelies' name.
Cabat's work has been honored in numerous retrospective museum shows and is highly sought after by collectors around the world. These unique and colorful pieces have been exhibited in some of the nation's leading museums including the Smithsonian and the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. They are also part of the Metropolitan Museum of Art's permanent collection.