Rookwood Production Low Candlesticks Circa 1920 - Great Condition
A very nice pair of Rookwood production low candlesticks covered in pink and green butterfat matte glaze finish. Marked with the conjoined RP and Roman Numerals which dates these to 1920 and pattern 2310. No chips, cracks or repair on this nice set. A great addition to your Rookwood collection
This is an offering for a rarely seen Rookwood Pottery 1922 gloss maroon lamp with triple fixture! The pottery height is 13-1/2 and total height is 22-1/2 . The metal is black brass. All 3 pull-chain fixtures work perfectly. The cord is a newly replaced cloth cord from 1940's old stock! The plug is reproduction vintage style. The top of the finial is tapped so another finial can screw into it to secure the shade of your choosing. Die marked with the Rookwood sunburst mark and date 'XXII'. Halfway down one corner there are numerout pinpoint factory glaze bubbles. Not a hint of use and has no nicks, chips, cracks, crazing or repairs! Many Rookwood vases have been converted to lamps, but here is a fine example of a 90 year old factory lamp! Shipping for this fine addition to your collection or decor is $25.00.
Unusual Rookwood Pottery Tray Advertising The Cincinnati Butchers Supply Company in Cincinnati Ohio. On the face of the tray is a Cow and the bottom has Cow and the word Boss and the name Chas. G. Schmidt along with The Cincinnati Butchers Supply Co.It was made in 1948 and is 5.75 inches in diameter.
This is a great Arts and Craft Rookwood piperest or pintray in a carmelized honey brown glaze. It appears like a pond with a wonderful frog climbing over the side. It measures 1.5 inches high and 6.5 inches across and is marked with year date 1953.
Collector quality Rookwood vase. c: 1928. Enlarge the backstamp shown in picture. No chips or cracks; one faint lead line on interior. It is 4.5 inches tall. A wonderful addition to your Arts can't do any better on it. 6/10labe#
Salt across and 2 high. They are comfy cozy lying on top of a clothes hamper with their tails hanging over, as only a cat would choose to do. The only difference between them is that the holes in the salt shaker are bigger than the holes in the pepper shaker. Other than a pinhead-sized paint flek on the ear of one, they are in very good condition. They each have the Ron Gordon Designs label.
Rookwood Pottery Peacock Bookends Arts Crafts Vintage
Rookwood Pottery Peacock Bookends Arts Crafts Vintage. Yellow Matte Glaze Peacock at the Fence Pair of book ends by designer McDonald. These also make beautiful Paperweights. Measure 5 inches tall x 5 inches wide X 4 inches front to back. Very nice feather detail. NO chips, cracks, crazing. A few tiny metal marks here and there. Super nice condition. Excellent addition to a American Art Pottery Collection. Start a family tradition with Quality Treasures the whole family will love! Price is for the set of two.
Vintage Wallpocket, ceramic, Ron Gordon Designs, Japan. This lovely wall pocket is 7 3/8 high, 4 1/2 wide and 2 3/4 deep. It is a beige color and is highly embossed all over with doors, windows, terraces and steps. The accent colors are dark brown, light brown, black, pink, and a little bit of blue-green. There are two holes in the back for hanging, and it would be lovely hanging on a wall, just as its own decoration, or filled with flowers. It is in excellent condition with a very smudged Ron Gordon Designs label.