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Rookwood Pottery Vase drip glaze having Rookwood
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Rookwood Pottery Vase drip glaze having Rookwood mark 6308C height 6 3/4 inches Provenance: Thirty-five year collection of Dana Cooley, Old Lyme, Conn:...

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  • Rookwood Pottery Vase drip glaze having Rookwood
    mark 6308C height 6 3/4 inches Provenance: Thirty-five year collection of Dana Cooley, Old Lyme, Conn: mark 6308C height 6 3/4 inches Provenance: Thirty-five year collection ... [more like this]
  • W.E. Hentschel Rookwood Pottery Vase Art
    pottery Cincinnati, Ohio, 1926 Vasiform, with horizontal ribbing, matte bronze green glaze with drip glaze, stamped Rookwood mark, 915D, incised monogram WEH, ht. 7 1/2 ... [more like this]
  • PAIR OF ROOKWOOD POTTERY LION BOOKENDS DATED
    1928 HEIGHTS 6.5”. WIDTHS 4.25”. DEPTHS 2.5”.PAIR OF ROOKWOOD POTTERY LION BOOKENDS, Dated 1928, Mold #6019. Beige drip glaze. Signed on bases. Dimensions: Heights ... [more like this]
  • PAIR OF ROOKWOOD POTTERY "KINGFISHER" BOOKENDS
    DATED 1923 HEIGHTS 5.5”. WIDTHS 5.25”. DEPTHS 3.25”., Dated 1923, By William McDonald. Tan and light gray drip glaze. Signed on bases. Dimensions: Heights 5.5". Widths ... [more like this]
  • ROOKWOOD POTTERY MATTE GLAZE VASE, PAINTED
    BY ELIZABETH NEAVE LINCOLN, 1930. Th e butter yellow ground painted in Art Deco style with clusters of yellow-centered maroon fl owers amidst green blades outlined in ... [more like this]
  • Cincinnati, 1927. A Rookwood pottery double
    handled urn in a lavender drip glaze. With impressed Rookwood logo, date 1927 and number 2949; ht. 10 in. ... [more like this]
  • ART POTTERY attrib. David Seyler: Low planter
    with applied snake and an earthy mottled drip glaze, signed D.S. Pot measures 4'' tall x 8 3/4'' dia. David Seyler was an artist at Rookwood Pottery, co-founder of Kenton ... [more like this]
  • ROOKWOOD POTTERY HIGH GLAZE VASE, PAINTED
    BY LORETTA HOLTKAMP, 1950. Of ovoid form, painted with magnolia branches bearing blossoms and buds in subtle shades of lavendar-brown, ivory and yellow, on a shaded grey, ... [more like this]
  • Three Rookwood pottery vases, Three works:
    A Rookwood pottery vase, Edward Diers 1923 Marked for Rookwood; Further marked: XXIII / 363 / [cipher for Edward Diers] Designed by Edward Diers (active 1896-1931), the ... [more like this]
  • ART POTTERY GROUP: ONE ROOKWOOD VASE ONE
    COWAN VASE. Rookwood vase having a brown glaze dripped over a creamy yellow glaze. Base impressed with Rookwood mark ''XLIX'' ''6644E''. 6 1/2'' h. Cowan vase having rose ... [more like this]
  • Two Rookwood pottery vases: one with everted
    rim, floral decoration on matte amber glaze, marks for 1928, No,. 2237, Katherine Jones, working 1924-1931, 5-3/4 in., paint drip ; one with glossy light blue glaze, marks ... [more like this]
  • Rookwood 1924 three footed art pottery vase
    with semi-gloss blue over blue drip. 3 1/4"H. Very good with tiny glaze flake on one foot. ... [more like this]

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