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This Royal Haeger gem is the creation of master ceramicist Helmut Bruchmann who worked for Haeger from 1954-1969. His glazes for the Etruscan line are reminiscent of the other 'volcanic' glazes found on Mid-Century lines. The body is standard Haeger shape, RG-68 a bottleneck vase which stands 7 1/4 inches tall. 


The glaze is a dark cherry red with some shadings of chocolate brown with lighter gray tones. Glazed with a white glaze on the inside. Excellent condition.


 It is marked simply with the words Royal Haeger in raised letters and USA and the numbers RG-68. The Red Crackle glaze is known to collectors as Etruscan which was to imitate the patina of unearthed Etruscan style pottery from Italy.


 The Etruscan glaze was from 1966-1967 . The more common Blue and Orange Etruscan glazes can be seen in the Ed Blas book called The Royal Haeger Glazes on pages 152-153. The Red Etruscan in my opinion is the hardest to find. 


Add it to your Haeger or Mid-Century collection today.  This Royal Haeger gem is the creation of master ceramicist Bruchmann whose Etruscan line is reminiscent of the other 'volcanic' glazes found on Mid-Century lines. The body is a classical baluster shape. The glaze is a dark orange with some chocolate brown tones, with hues of gray as well. Glazed with a white glaze on the inside. Excellent condition. It is marked simply with the word Haeger incised and the C circle USA and the numbers 4064.  This glaze known to collectors as Etruscan Orange was to imitate the patina of unearthed Etruscan style pottery from Italy. The Etruscan Orange glaze was from 1966-1967 and can be seen in the Ed Blas book called The Royal Haeger Glazes on pages 151. This vase in excellent condition still carries the original gold foil Haeger label.


Add it to your Haeger or Mid-Century collection today.  Here is yet another stunning Royal Hickman design, this time in sterling sliver or silverplate. It was made by a company in PA I think. The motifs of the line have a naturalistic leaf motif with beading on all pieces. This pair of serving pieces, the 12 1/2 inch spoon and 12 inch fork both have the bead detailing near the bottom of the handle. They are each signed with the three crown mark and the word Royal Hickman. They are in excellent condition and just need to be kept polished to insure years of enjoyment from this high quality Mid-Cen tury design from an important American Industrial icon, Royal Hickman.  Shown on page 60 of the Paradis 1944-1969 Post-War Era book on Haeger, this Royal Haeger covered cigarette box is named there the Cube Checked Cigarette Box. It measures 7 inches long x 4 inches wide. It is most likely a Royal Hickman design as most of the numbers in the range of production carrying the R were. 


It features a base and lid with crosshatching in what I think is the Persian Grey glaze. The lid or finial of the piece is figural, most likely a fish or a stylized whale, a common Hickman design.


Sadly, the Haeger Pottery factory of Dundee Illinois recently stopped all production.  I predict that their designs will continue to gain new fans and collectors of Midcentury Design. It is in excellent condition. Add it to your Royal Haeger or Royal Hickman or American Art Pottery collection today.

Royal Haeger Etruscan RG 68 bottle vase $75.00

 

Royal Haeger #4064 Etruscan Orange vase $45.00

 

Royal Hickman 3 Crown mark serving set $80.00

 

Royal Haeger R669 Cube Cigarette Box $75.00

Measuring 10 1/4 inches from one tip of the boomerang to the other, this Royal Haeger #107 has a classic Mid-Century or Googie shape: the boomerang. It was made only between 1959-1962 and was made in fewer than 10 different glazes.

 

This is the Lilac glaze, which is a lavander Agate glaze. It has five rests. There is some nicotine staining on the piece but not structural damage such as chips, cracks, flakes. I will leave  it to the new owner to soak the stains off.

Excellent condition overall. It  look stunning on a Noguchi coffee table or perhaps even a Danish Modern or Heywood-Wakefield blond piece.  


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Color: Off white


Embossed Mark:

c. Haeger

3832 U.S.A.


Some minor manufactured imperfections  Haeger 2115 Orange Peel 4 rest ashtray shown on p. 170 of the Dilley book. Excellent condition.  This Royal Haeger #107 Ebony Cascade 1954 ashtray has 5 rests and is fully signed on the bottom. Great chevron shape, talk about biomorphic or boomerang. This is it!. Part of the 'new' Cascade glazes Haeger debuted as part of their 1954 line.  Excellent condition. Would look stunning on a blond wood coffee table.

Royal Haeger #107 boomerang ashtray $29.00

 

Haeger Rectangular Serving Dish $11.95

 

Haeger 2115 Orange Peel 4 rest ashtray $45.00

 

Haeger #107 11 $38.00

This is a striking vase designed by Royal Hickman and using a fabulous Frank Petty blue/purple crystaline glaze. The exact vase can be seen on Pg.208 of The House of Haeger 1914-1944 by Paradis. Excellent condition   

Royal Haeger / Hickman Petty Pegasus vase $175.00

  



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