Van Briggle Pottery Matte Turquoise Bowl With Frog - 1930
We are pleased to offer this Vintage Van Briggle Pottery turquoise blue small bowl with flower frog. Circa 1930s and is in excellent condition. Both signed. Established in Colorado Springs, Colorado, in 1901 by Artus and Anne Van Briggle, the Van Briggle Art Pottery is the oldest continuously operating art pottery in the United States. Artus Van Briggle had a significant impact on the Art Nouveau movement in the United States, and his pottery is foundational to American Art Pottery. The Art Nouveau style favored by its founders continues to influence the pottery's designs. Artus Van Briggle settled in Colorado Springs in 1899 after establishing himself as a notable artist with the Rookwood Pottery of Ohio. Artus began exploring the Art Nouveau style in their pottery creations, drawing awards and accolades from the American and European art communities. Although he was a talented painter who had displayed and won awards in Europe, from 1899 until his death Artus devoted himself almost exclusively to the craft and art of pottery.
A great vintage art pottery vase produced by the Van Briggle Pottery Co. Stands 4.75 in. tall and is approcimately 3.5 in. diameter at the widest area. Bottom marked Van Briggle Colo. Spgs. No damage. Beautiful mulberry color with a touch of blue accent. Online research indicates produced in 1928.
Van Briggle Bird Of Paradise Turquoise Matte Tall Vase
This is a gorgeous signed Van Briggle, USA art pottery vase or candle holder in the Bird Of Paradise shape and matte turquoise glaze. The 9 inch high vase which some call a candle holder has a beautiful matte turquoise to crackled blue base glaze. The base isn't glazed but is shiny with an applied substance of some kind, has the AA mark, Colo Sprgs Colo with no USA dating it to 1920-1920. The vase is in excellent, mint condition with no chips, cracks, wear or restorations and is absolutely beautiful.
Vintage Gold Trimmed Bud Vase, Viletta's Arts, Seagulls, Roseburg, Oregon. This pretty little vase is 5 1/2 tall. It is white with gold trim and has two black and white seagulls, flying within blue clouds, on one side. The other side has the words Vashon Island printed in gold. It is in excellent condition with the Villetta's Arts Roseburg, Oregon mark in gold on the bottom.
Miniature Vase, A Princess House, Vintage Garden Exclusive. This porcelain vase is 3 tall and 2 3/4 wide. It is white, hand decorated with blue hydrangeas and a light green rim. It would make a beautiful addition to your display case or china cabinet. It is in perfect condition with the A Princess House Exclusive Vintage Garden mark.
Anna Van Briggle Art Pottery Ashtray Abstract Free Form Mid Century
This is an Anna Van Briggle art pottery ceramic ashtray in a free form shape with a mottled black and grey, white or blue glaze that was made in Colorado Springs, USA 1955-1968. The ashtray measures 2.5 inches high by 10.5 by 8.5, is signed and is in excellent condition with no chips, cracks or wear.
This unique vase is marked Anna Van Briggle Colo. Spgs. I believe this vase is from the early '50's. Perhaps earlier. Stands 9.25 in. tall and the base measures 5.25 in. x 2.25 in. The color is a brown frosted drip. In a cubist or geometric handled design. I find no damage. A fantastic addition to your Van Briggle pottery colection.
Van Briggle art pottery conch shell vase. These are shown in the book. No chips or cracks. Incised VB logo; Van Briggle, Colo. Spg.s Colo, and number 85. It is 8.5 long x 4 tall. Guaranteed authentic Van Briggle, as are all my items. 7/11smc
This basket was produced by the Van Briggle Pottery Co. Measures 4.5 in. diameter. Stands 5 in. tall. I find no chips, or cracks. In a chartreuse color,High gloss. Braided handle with small cut outs below the handle on either side. it is bottom marked with the incised conjoined A's logo. The A's stand for Artus and Anna. founders of the company. Also Colo. Spgs. Original Hand Carved. So I believe this would have been hand thrown and not from a mold. I believe this item is from the early 1950's. Perhaps earlier.
This conch shell was produced by the Van Briggle Pottery Co. Measures 8.5 in. long and is 3.25 in. wide. Stands 3.5 in. tall. I find no chips, or cracks. In a deep mulberry color, it is bottom marked with the incised conjoined A's logo. The A's stand for Artus and Anna. founders of the company. Also Colo. Spgs. All in a reddish color. I believe this item is from the early 1950's.
This conch shell was produced by the Van Briggle Pottery Co. Measures 13.5 in. long and is 4.25 in. wide. Stands 4.75 in. tall. I find no chips, or cracks. In a deep mulberry color, it is bottom marked with the incised conjoined A's logo. The A's stand for Artus and Anna. founders of the company.I believe this item is from the early 1950's.
This is is a delightful vintage Van Briggle bud vase. The interlocked vases are covered with a white matte glaze. Each vase is about 7 tall and has a diameter of about 3 at the bulbous base. The throat opening is about 1 and narrows. Overall, the piece has a diameter of about 6 . The base of each vase is signed as can be seen in the pictures. It is in excellent condition, no chips. A great find for your collection!
Lovely Van Briggle Leaf Shaped Dish. This dish has a black background with a sort of blueish color, it about 8 1/2 inches long at the longest point and just over 9 1/2 inches at the widest, it is marked on the bottom with an A in a square that also has a line in front of the A, Van Briggle, Colo, Spgs. Estimated age is 1950 to 1960. It does have two chips on one of ends of leaf tip and one on another, could be displayed as is without being noticed or could be restored professionally. It is an unusual piece that would be a terrific addition to your collection!
This 2 tone green pottery vase is marked with the Van Briggle Logo: Van Briggle / Colo. Spgs / with either an S or a G. In 1899, when Artus Van Briggle stepped off the train in Colorado Springs. An American artist of Dutch descent, was established as a world class painter in Europe. Having been trained at the finest academies there, and with paintings accepted by the Paris Salon, he received the highest honors for a painter in his day. Yet his artistic passions would ultimate lead him away from his brush, canvas, and easel toward another artistic pursuit that would ultimately define his genius. From his years as a celebrated artist at the famed Rookwood Pottery in Ohio he knew first-hand the extraordinary range of expression an artist could achieve with the potter's materials. No specific date is recorded, but one day in the spring of 1901 he reached into the kiln, with the anticipation known well by countless potters throughout the ages, and finally held in his hands the perfect, rich, matte-glazed pottery he had sought for so long - the first pieces created in centuries, the first ever on this side of the world. Once perfected, Artus Van Briggle's exquisite new glazes graced his elegant Art Nouveau pottery designs which were sent across the Atlantic and, when shown to Europe's best art judges, were proclaimed, A supreme discovery in modern ceramics. Van Briggle Pottery is the living heritage of an extraordinary artist whose heart and hands were given only half a lifetime, and to his wife, Anne, whose own dedication and fine artistry after his death carried their vision to success in its earliest years. Together they left a timeless and permanent imprint on the tradition of American art pottery. With each passing year and with each new piece created, their artistic legacy continues, a legacy in known as: Van Briggle - a Tradition in American Art Pottery since 1899. Done in dark green with a lighter green top. In very good + condition without chips, cracks or fleabites and it measures 6 7/8 inches tall and 3 inches wide. An addition to any Van Briggle Pottery Vase Collection. SH & Ins. will be quoted after orders placed. If you have questions please feel free to contact me and thank you for looking.
Van Briggle Pitcher - white matte 4 ¼ inches tall - Marked AA together in square-FW on top right corner which stands for artist Fred Wills-Marked: FW Van Briggle-hand carved-original--comes with paper on the history of the company
Collector's Plate, Viletta's, The Hamilton Collection, Princess Grace, Limited Edition #3312A, 1983. This lovely plate measures 10 1/4 in diameter. It was produced by Viletta exclusively for The Hamilton Collection. It is an historic tribute to one of the world's most admired women, from an original painting by American artist Thornton Utz. The plate is new in the box with the official numbered Certificate of Authenticity and pamphlet on Princess Grace.
A vase shaped in a triangular shape of 3 cornucopias and center holder. Stands 4.5 in. tall anad is 5 in. diameter at the feet. Glossy finish of green drip over brown. Bottom signed on each foot with the A , V B , and C. S. This stands for Anna Van Briggle, Colorado Springs,. In very good, well cared for condition. Not sure of vintage but believe it is from the 1950's era. Perhaps earlier.
Vintage Van Briggle candle holders. c:1950's-60's. Great matte aqua pair; no chips or cracks. Some leftover candle wax on interior which can be removed easily. These are 4.75 tall x a bit over 6.75 long. Bottoms are marked with Van Briggle Colo. Spgs., VB logo; and blue ink numbers. One of them has number 39 on it. These will fit right into a Mission style room even though they were not made in the 20's. Guaranteed authentic vintage Van Briggle, as are all my items. 11.06ddauCC-V
Van Briggle vase. c.1970 to present. Gorgeous matte aqua vase with the Van Briggle logo and Van Briggle Colo Spgs HVM incised mark on bottom. This mark is shown on pg. 26 of the book by R. Sasicki, plate 61 and dates to the above time period. VB is still in business and so is Pewabic Pottery; however, their pottery is still very expensive and very collectible!. No chips or cracks and stands 9.5 inches tall. A fabulous vase for your collection or mission arts & crafts style room! Guaranteed authentic Van Briggle, as are all my items.
Vingage Van Briggle hand thrown vase. c:1930's-40's. Small, hand formed vase; has finisher number 4-7, double A in a square symbol, Van Briggle, Colo. Spgs, Original, and 4 numbers in blue ink that look like 3111. It has a residue bottom. No chips or cracks on this beauty, and it stands 4.5 tall x 3 wide at the widest part of the vase! Guaranteed authentic vintage Van Briggle.
This lovely vase stands 6 in. tall. In a very dark cobalt/navy blue color. Lovely graceful lines like the stem of a flower and the top is shaped as an opening bud.Well marked with the igloo mark, Van Briggle, Colo. Spgs. A great example of this pottery companys' work. Add to your collection and display with pride.
This large leaf shaped tray measures 14.5 in. long and 9 1/4 in. wide. It is 3 in. tall. In excellent condition. No chips, cracks, etc.This tray is a very dark, deep green. Much darker than my images show. Too much light this time, perhaps. Bottom marked with the incised Van Briggle mark and Colorado Springs,Co. and dated 1984.If you collect Van Briggle this is a great item to add to your collection. If you just like quality pottery,use this one and enjoy.
7087 Signed Van Briggle Colo Spgs with incised logo this very nicely sculptured two tone blue conch shell shape is a great example of Van Briggle work. About 4 inches high by 9.25 inches wide and 3.5 inches deep. $125