This Shoulder Vase displays a horizontal band of Daises and leaves growing. This Pattern circles the entire Shoulder of the Vase and is a little faded from all the years of being handled. Excellent condition, as there are no cracks, nicks, chips, or dings. See photos for more on condition ...........5 1/4 inches tall, 3 3/4 inches across at widest point. The Vase is signed with Rookwood's conjoined RP Impressed Sunburst Flame Logo along with the Roman Numerals XXIV for the year of manufacture, 1924. There is also the mold number 2591 impressed below the date. A nice addition to your Rookwood collection.
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 Numerials 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.
This item is an elegant two tone brown Vase made by Rookwood Pottery around 1900. This Vase has a bulbous bottom with a wonderful tapered stem leading to the top. The different shades of brown are gently feathered into each other. The lip at the top is a dark brown which becomes yellow as it gets deeper inside the Vase. It is about 8 and 1/4 inches high, 5 inches across at the bottom and 3 and 1/4 inches across at the top. The underside has the Rookwood mark. This Vase is in excellent condition without any chips, cracks or crazing.
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.
Vintage Rookwood Pottery Vase With Cloverleaf Design
This item is a beautiful vintage Rookwood Pottery Vase. It was made in 1943. This Vase is a teakl blue and decorated with lovely large and small clovers. The underside has the incised Rookwood mark; the Roman Numerals XLIII, which denotes 1943 as the year it was made; and mold number 6352. This Vase is about 3 and 1/2 inches high; 4 and 1/2 inches across at the center;p and 2 and 1/8 inches across the opening at the top. The Vase is in excellent condition without any chips, cracks or crazing.
This item is a beautiful Rookwood Pottery Vase made in 1944. It is a lovely green color with a floral leaf design all around the top of the Vase. It is about 4 inches high and 5 inches across. The opening at the top is about 2 and 1/4 inches across. The underside of the Vase has the Rookwood maqrk with the Roman Numerals of XLIV and mold number 6545. This Vase is in excellent condition without any chips, cracks or crazing.
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 one.
This item is a rare Rookwood Pottery Hand Painted Plate made around 1886. This Plate is about 8 inches in diameter and has a pie crust type edge. The Plate is a lovely taupe color and the hand painted design is that of a bird on a branch in the center of the Plate. The hand painted design of a bird on a branch is attributed to the Rookwood Artist Day. This Plate is in excellent condition without any chips, cracks or crazing. This is a perfect complimentary piece to the other Rookwood Plate I also have listed for sale.
This item is a rare piece of Rookwood Pottery. It is a hand painted plate made around 1886. The Plate is about 8 inches in diameter and has a pie crust type edge. The Plate is a lovely taupe color and the hand painted design is that of a bird on a branch on the right side of the plate. The hand painting is attributed to the Rookwood Artist named Day. This Plate has two (2) small flea bite chips on the inside of the rim above the bird. Other than tat, this piece is in excellent condition without any cracks or crazing. This is a perfect complimentary piece to the other Rookwood Pottery Plate I also have listed for sale.
This is a wonderful example of the Arts and Crafts style of Rookwood Pottery. This piece is a lovely two handled green Vase made by Rookwood Pottery in 1928. It has a wax matte finish. The Vase is about 8 inches high; 3 and 1/2 inches across; and 4 and 1/2 inches across from handle to handle. It is in excellent condition without any chips, cracks or crazing
This item is a wonderful Arts and Crafts style Rookwood Vase. This Vase was made in 1928 and is a raspberry colored with a mottled green with raspberry towards the top. It has typical ARts and Crafts designs all around the Vase. The Vase is about 9 mand 1/2 inches high; 2 and 1/2 inches across at the top and bottom; and 4 and 1/2 inches across at its widest part. This Vase is in excellent condition without any chips, cracks or crazing.
This item is a beautiful Rookwood Pottery Vase. It was made by Rookwood Pottery in the Tulip pattern with a matte yellow glaze. The bottom of this Vase has the incised Rookwood mark; the mold number 1907; and the date of 1926. This Vase is about 5 and 1/2 inches high and 3 and 1/2 inches across. It is in excellent condition with no chips, cracks or crazing.
This item is an outstanding piece of Rookwood Pottery. It is a Cigar or Tobacco Humidor made by the Rookwood Pottery Company in 1921. The stylish Art Deco design of this piece is accented by its lovely raspberry color. The Humidor has an overall height of 5 and 3/4 inches and is 4 and 1/4 inches across at the top. The underside of the body has four small molded feet. The bottom has the incised Rookwood mark, along with the Roman numerals XXI and the mold number 1898. Both pieces to this Humidor are in excellent condition with no chips, cracks or crazing.
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.