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Creator: Rookwood Pottery Co.
Rookwood antique arts and crafts pin tray
By Rookwood Pottery Co.
Located in Skarpnäck, SE
A fantastic rare antique arts and crafts pottery pin tray or vanity tray from Rookwood made in 1929 or 1930. The design is very elegant and o...
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1930s American Arts and Crafts Vintage Rookwood Pottery Co. Furniture

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Ceramic

Signed Sara Sax Rookwood Pottery Lidded Rectangular Box
By Rookwood Pottery Co., Sara Sax
Located in Cincinnati, OH
Signed Rookwood Pottery box by Sara Sax. This gorgeous ceramic lidded rectangular box was made by Rookwood Pottery of Cincinnati, Ohio, and decorated by renowned artist, Sara Sax. Ro...
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1920s American Arts and Crafts Vintage Rookwood Pottery Co. Furniture

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Ceramic

Rookwood Pottery Arts & Crafts Glazed Ceramic Victorian Lady Bookends, 1931
By Rookwood Pottery Co.
Located in South Bend, IN
A gorgeous pair of Arts & Crafts period large glazed art pottery bookends with Victorian lady design By Rookwood Pottery USA, 1931 Glazed ceramic in a beautiful cream color. Meas...
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1930s American Arts and Crafts Vintage Rookwood Pottery Co. Furniture

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Ceramic

Rookwood 1943 Vintage Pottery Vellum Red Poppy Ceramic Vase 6350 Shirayamadani
By Rookwood Pottery Co.
Located in East Peoria, IL
Rookwood 1943 Vintage Pottery Vellum Red Poppy Ceramic Vase 6350 Shirayamadani Good sized vellum vase decorated with large red poppies decorated by sought after artist Kataro Shiray...
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1940s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage Rookwood Pottery Co. Furniture

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Clay

Rookwood Pottery Arts & Crafts Large Glazed Ceramic Floral Decorated Vase, 1919
By Rookwood Pottery Co.
Located in South Bend, IN
A gorgeous Arts & Crafts period large glazed art pottery vase with floral decoration By Rookwood Pottery USA, 1919 Glazed ceramic in a beautiful light blue color. Measures: 4.75"...
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1910s American Arts and Crafts Vintage Rookwood Pottery Co. Furniture

Materials

Ceramic, Pottery

Rookwood Pottery Arts & Crafts Large Glazed Ceramic Dogwood Decorated Vase, 1922
By Rookwood Pottery Co.
Located in South Bend, IN
A gorgeous Arts & Crafts period large glazed art pottery vase with dogwood decoration By Rookwood Pottery USA, 1922 Glazed ceramic in a beautiful light tan color. Measures: 4.25"...
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1920s American Arts and Crafts Vintage Rookwood Pottery Co. Furniture

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Ceramic, Pottery

Rookwood Pottery Arts & Crafts Glazed Ceramic Pink Handled Bowl or Ashtray, 1919
By Rookwood Pottery Co.
Located in South Bend, IN
A gorgeous Arts & Crafts period glazed ceramic art pottery handled bowl, catchall, or ashtray By Rookwood Pottery USA, 1919 Glazed ceramic, in a beautiful pink color. Measures: 5...
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1910s American Arts and Crafts Vintage Rookwood Pottery Co. Furniture

Materials

Ceramic, Pottery

Rookwood Pottery Arts & Crafts Glazed Ceramic Yellow Handled Bowl or Ashtray
By Rookwood Pottery Co.
Located in South Bend, IN
A gorgeous Arts & Crafts period glazed ceramic art pottery handled bowl, catchall, or ashtray By Rookwood Pottery USA, 1922 Glazed ceramic, in a beautiful yellow color. Measures:...
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1920s American Arts and Crafts Vintage Rookwood Pottery Co. Furniture

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Ceramic, Pottery

Rookwood Pottery Arts & Crafts Glazed Ceramic Vase, 1951
By Rookwood Pottery Co.
Located in South Bend, IN
A gorgeous Arts & Crafts period glazed ceramic art pottery vase By Rookwood Pottery USA, 1951 Glazed ceramic combining orange, turqouise, purple, and pink tones with cream interio...
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1950s American Arts and Crafts Vintage Rookwood Pottery Co. Furniture

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Ceramic, Pottery, Clay

Rookwood Pottery Arts & Crafts Glazed Ceramic Vase, 1932
By Rookwood Pottery Co.
Located in South Bend, IN
A gorgeous Arts & Crafts period glazed ceramic art pottery vase By Rookwood Pottery USA, 1932 Measures: 3"W x 3"D x 8"H. Very good original vintage condition.
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1930s American Arts and Crafts Vintage Rookwood Pottery Co. Furniture

Materials

Ceramic, Clay, Pottery

Rookwood American Art Pottery Blue-Green Vase Incised Floral Design - 1922
By Rookwood Pottery Co.
Located in Cathedral City, CA
Offering this substantial hand glazed Rookwood pottery vase featuring an incised stylized floral design within five buttresses. This vase is has a gorgeous medium to dark green-blue ...
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1920s American Arts and Crafts Vintage Rookwood Pottery Co. Furniture

Materials

Pottery

1915 Art Nouveau Rookwood Soft Porcelain Pottery #935E by William E. Hentschel
By Rookwood Pottery Co.
Located in Van Nuys, CA
This stunning vase from, Ohio, around 1901, a Rookwood Pottery Arts and Crafts vase in matte very moss blue-green hue. Matte glazed and incised, designated as form number 935E, was c...
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1910s American Art Nouveau Vintage Rookwood Pottery Co. Furniture

Materials

Porcelain

Rookwood American Art Pottery Vase Stylized Pine Cones - Elizabeth Lincoln 1931
By Rookwood Pottery Co.
Located in Cathedral City, CA
Offering this gorgeous hand-painted Rookwood pottery vase featuring a hand-painted stylized pine cone and branch design. This vase is hand-painted with beautiful hues of blue, mauve,...
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1930s American Arts and Crafts Vintage Rookwood Pottery Co. Furniture

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Pottery

Rookwood American Art Pottery Vase Hand Painted Florals - Edward Diers MINT 1927
By Rookwood Pottery Co.
Located in Cathedral City, CA
Offering this gorgeous hand-painted vellum Rookwood pottery vase featuring a detailed vine and bloom design. This vase is hand-painted with beautiful hues of blue, mauve, green and p...
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1920s American Arts and Crafts Vintage Rookwood Pottery Co. Furniture

Materials

Pottery

Rookwood American Art Pottery Light Blue Incised Floral Design Vase - 1928
By Rookwood Pottery Co.
Located in Cathedral City, CA
Offering this hand glazed Rookwood pottery vase featuring a an incised stylized floral design on a tapered cylindrical body. This vase is has a gorgeous light blue glaze with lighter...
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1920s American Arts and Crafts Vintage Rookwood Pottery Co. Furniture

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Pottery

Rookwood American Art Pottery Vellum Peacock Tray - MINT 1921 - K Shirayamadani
By Rookwood Pottery Co.
Located in Cathedral City, CA
Offering this gorgeous hand-painted vellum Rookwood pottery tray featuring a detailed multi-colored peacock feather design. This tray is hand-painted with beautiful hues of blue, gre...
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1920s American Arts and Crafts Vintage Rookwood Pottery Co. Furniture

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Pottery

Rookwood American Art Pottery Blue Two Handled Vase - 1928
By Rookwood Pottery Co.
Located in Cathedral City, CA
Offering this substantial hand glazed Rookwood pottery vase featuring a double handle design on a bulbous body with a cylindrical neck. This vase is has a gorgeous medium to dark blu...
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1920s American Arts and Crafts Vintage Rookwood Pottery Co. Furniture

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Pottery

Rookwood American Art Pottery Dark Blue Incised Berry Design Vase - 1923
By Rookwood Pottery Co.
Located in Cathedral City, CA
Offering this hand glazed Rookwood pottery vase featuring a an incised stylized berry and foliage design on a bulbous cylindrical body. This vase is has a gorgeous dark blue glaze wi...
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1920s American Arts and Crafts Vintage Rookwood Pottery Co. Furniture

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Pottery

Rookwood American Art Pottery Vase Hand Painted Nasturtiums - Ed Diers MINT 1927
By Rookwood Pottery Co.
Located in Cathedral City, CA
Offering this gorgeous hand-painted vellum Rookwood pottery vase featuring a detailed Nasturtium flower design. This vase is hand-painted with beautiful hues of blue, yellow, green w...
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1920s American Arts and Crafts Vintage Rookwood Pottery Co. Furniture

Materials

Pottery

Rookwood 1920 Vintage Art Pottery Blue Vellum Ceramic Floor Vase 907A (Epply)
By Rookwood Pottery Co.
Located in East Peoria, IL
Rookwood 1920 Vintage Art Pottery Blue Vellum Ceramic Floor Vase 907A (Epply) Large and stunning floor vase decorated with a beautiful and colorful floral design that goes around the...
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1920s Arts and Crafts Vintage Rookwood Pottery Co. Furniture

Materials

Clay

Rookwood American Art Pottery Turquoise Incised Design Bowl - 1921
By Rookwood Pottery Co.
Located in Cathedral City, CA
Offering this hand glazed Rookwood pottery bowl featuring a an incised stylized design on a bulbous body. This bowl is has a gorgeous turquoise glaze and is marked by the impressed "...
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1920s American Arts and Crafts Vintage Rookwood Pottery Co. Furniture

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Pottery

Rookwood 1924 Vintage Art Pottery Orange Vellum Ceramic Vase 2245 (Lincoln)
By Rookwood Pottery Co.
Located in East Peoria, IL
Rookwood 1924 Vintage Art Pottery Orange Vellum Ceramic Vase 2245 (Lincoln) Large and stunning, bulbous vase with an exceptional floral design hand painted by Elizabeth Lincoln in 19...
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1920s Arts and Crafts Vintage Rookwood Pottery Co. Furniture

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Clay

Antique & Rare Rookwood 50th Anniversary Bulbous Presentation Vase by Jensen
By Rookwood Pottery Co.
Located in Big Flats, NY
Antique & Rare Arts & Crafts Rookwood 50th Anniversary Bulbous Presentation Pottery Vase with Stylized Floral Design Signed By Jensen C1930 Measures - 9.5"h x 8.75"diam
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Early 20th Century American Arts and Crafts Rookwood Pottery Co. Furniture

Materials

Pottery

Rookwood 1911 Arts And Crafts Pottery Scenic Vellum Vase 951 Rothenbusch
By Rookwood Pottery Co.
Located in East Peoria, IL
Rookwood 1911 Arts And Crafts Pottery Scenic Vellum Vase 951 Rothenbusch Tall and stunning Rookwood Pottery scenic vellum vase decorated with trees surrounding a lake, beneath a pink...
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1910s Arts and Crafts Vintage Rookwood Pottery Co. Furniture

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Clay

Rookwood 1925 Vintage Arts And Crafts Pottery Ceramic Flower Vase 977 (Hurley)
By Rookwood Pottery Co.
Located in East Peoria, IL
Rookwood 1925 Vintage Arts And Crafts Pottery Ceramic Flower Vase 977 (Hurley) Tall and rare carved vellum hand painted vase with a beautiful water lilies in water design by Edward Hurley...
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1920s Arts and Crafts Vintage Rookwood Pottery Co. Furniture

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Clay

Rookwood 1890 Art Pottery Standard Glaze Bird Floral 21" Ceramic Ewer 537A Daly
By Rookwood Pottery Co.
Located in East Peoria, IL
Rookwood 1890 Art Pottery Standard Glaze Bird Floral 21" Ceramic Ewer 537A Daly Very rare and monumental ewer hand decorated by Matthew Daly with great color and artwork. Excellent ...
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1890s Arts and Crafts Antique Rookwood Pottery Co. Furniture

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Clay

Rookwood Art Nouveau Craftsman Silver Overlay Corn Whiskey Jug
By Rookwood Pottery Co., Gorham Manufacturing Company
Located in New York, NY
Art Nouveau Craftsman glazed earthenware whiskey jug with engraved silver overlay. Made by Rookwood Pottery in Cincinnati in 1893. Globular with short nec...
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1890s American Art Nouveau Antique Rookwood Pottery Co. Furniture

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Silver

Rookwood Arts & Crafts Grape Tiles
By Rookwood Pottery Co.
Located in Toledo, OH
These four Rookwood Arts & Crafts Grape Tiles are framed with a grape and leaf motif. Each tile is 6"x6" and the total length is 26" x 8" including the frame.
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1920s Vintage Rookwood Pottery Co. Furniture

Materials

Pottery

Pair Rookwood Art Pottery Figural High Glaze Raven Bookends Dated 1946
By Rookwood Pottery Co.
Located in Big Flats, NY
Pair Rookwood Art Pottery Figural High Glaze Raven Bookends Dated 1946 Measures - 5.5"h x 5.5"w x 3.25"d
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Mid-20th Century American Arts and Crafts Rookwood Pottery Co. Furniture

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Pottery

Pair of Rare Rookwood Raven Bookends, 1940s, USA
By Rookwood Pottery Co.
Located in Miami, FL
Beautiful and rare ceramic Rookwood Raven bookends, mid-1940s, USA. Turquoise crackle glaze.
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1940s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage Rookwood Pottery Co. Furniture

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Pottery

American Mission Porcelain Pitcher Attributed to Rookwood
By Rookwood Pottery Co.
Located in New York, NY
American Mission vase/pitcher decorated with flowers and silver deposit whiplash design attributed to Rookwood.
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Early 20th Century American Mission Rookwood Pottery Co. Furniture

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Silver

Rookwood hexagonal ceramic vase in a light blue matte glaze, 1925
By Rookwood Pottery Co.
Located in Kenilworth, IL
Hexagonal bulb form vase with standing rim and three open loops around the shoulder of the vase. The under foot is impressed with the 1902 Rookwood logo and dated 1925. Stamped on t...
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1920s American Vintage Rookwood Pottery Co. Furniture

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Ceramic

Footed and flared bulb form vase by Rookwood, 1934
By Rookwood Pottery Co.
Located in Kenilworth, IL
Footed ceramic bulb form vase with an elongated flared neck and impressed floral design. Stamped on the underside: XXXIV, 6363 Cincinnati, Ohio, 1934.
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1930s American Vintage Rookwood Pottery Co. Furniture

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Ceramic

Rookwood American Art Pottery Vase Hand Painted Landscape - Ed Hurley MINT
By Rookwood Pottery Co.
Located in Cathedral City, CA
Offering this gorgeous hand-painted vellum Rookwood pottery vase featuring a lake and tree scene. This vase is hand-painted with beautiful hues of blue, cream, brown and peach, artis...
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1940s American Arts and Crafts Vintage Rookwood Pottery Co. Furniture

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Pottery

Rookwood Pottery, "Aventurine Glaze" Vases, Porcelain, USA, 1940s
By Rookwood Pottery Co.
Located in High Point, NC
A set of three green-glazed porcelain vases designed and produced by Rookwood Pottery and Kenton Hills Porcelains respectively. One vase signed Roger H. Ferger and dated 1941. Overa...
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1940s American Modern Vintage Rookwood Pottery Co. Furniture

Materials

Porcelain

Art deco Rookwood Dark Blue Mat with classical style frieze panels Vase/Urn 1929
By Rookwood Pottery Co.
Located in Richmond Hill, ON
ROOKWOOD POTTERY CO. Production urn in Dark Blue Mat glaze with classical style frieze panels at neck, Cincinnati, OH, 1929; Flame mark, date and model shape 6125, dated 1929 Size:...
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1920s American Art Deco Vintage Rookwood Pottery Co. Furniture

Materials

Ceramic

Rookwood Pottery Vase Signed
By Rookwood Pottery Co.
Located in Jupiter, FL
Beautiful glazed pottery vessel. Rookwood Pottery Company was founded in 1880 in Cincinnati Ohio. It’s stamped on the bottom 1921. It’s moved to the touch in the speckled color in...
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Early 19th Century American Arts and Crafts Antique Rookwood Pottery Co. Furniture

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Pottery, Ceramic

Rookwood Art Pottery Vase, 1917
By Rookwood Pottery Co.
Located in New York, NY
Rookwood Art Pottery vase, with impressed marks for Rookwood, date marks for 1917, and model number 2381, an ochre glazed elongated floriform with petals. Dimensions: 6.75" H x 3.5...
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Early 20th Century Art Nouveau Rookwood Pottery Co. Furniture

Materials

Ceramic

"Pouter Pigeon", Rare 1924 Art Deco Trivet in Pink w/ Original Rookwood Box
By Rookwood Pottery Co.
Located in Philadelphia, PA
Rare and gorgeously glazed, this 1924-vintage porcelain trivet by Rookwood Pottery depicts a pouter pigeon, its chest puffed up and its plumage in lov...
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1920s American Art Deco Vintage Rookwood Pottery Co. Furniture

Materials

Porcelain

Tapered bulb form vase by Rookwood, 1925
By Rookwood Pottery Co.
Located in Kenilworth, IL
Tapered bulb form vase finished in a medium green drip vellum glaze over a shallow impressed design on the lower half of the vase. The vase has a 2-1/2" diameter opening. The Rookwoo...
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1920s American Vintage Rookwood Pottery Co. Furniture

Materials

Ceramic

Rookwood Pottery / Ceramic Paperweight, Sculpture, Rook Bird # 1623
By Rookwood Pottery Co.
Located in Los Angeles, CA
Beautiful Rookwood paperweight of a pottery Rook bird symbol of the Rookwood Pottery Co, model 1623 and dated 1921 in roman numbers XXI. Plus flame Mark.
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1920s American Arts and Crafts Vintage Rookwood Pottery Co. Furniture

Materials

Ceramic

Rookwood 1901 Art Pottery Iris Glaze Painted White Orchid Vase 796B Schmidt
By Rookwood Pottery Co.
Located in East Peoria, IL
Rookwood 1901 Art Pottery Iris Glaze Painted White Orchid Vase 796B (Schmidt) Beautiful iris glaze vase decorated with enchanting white lady's slippers orchids by highly sought after...
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Early 1900s Arts and Crafts Antique Rookwood Pottery Co. Furniture

Materials

Clay

Rookwood pottery/ceramic vase signed/date , Charles S Todd .
By Rookwood Pottery Co.
Located in Los Angeles, CA
Great Rookwood pottery vase.This vase is signed C S T in bottom as shown. Charles S Todd, hand painted in this abstract vines from top to bottom.
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1920s Arts and Crafts Vintage Rookwood Pottery Co. Furniture

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Pottery

Rookwood Pottery Arts & Crafts Large Glazed Ceramic Lily Decorated Vase, 1944
By Rookwood Pottery Co.
Located in South Bend, IN
A gorgeous Arts & Crafts large glazed art pottery vase with lily decoration By Rookwood Pottery USA, 1944 Glazed ceramic in a beautiful light maroon or peachy brown color. ...
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1940s American Arts and Crafts Vintage Rookwood Pottery Co. Furniture

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Ceramic

Rookwood 1902 Art Pottery Standard Glaze Spaniard Portrait Vase 902C Young
By Rookwood Pottery Co.
Located in East Peoria, IL
Rookwood 1902 Art Pottery Standard Glaze Spaniard Portrait Vase 902C (Young) Good sized and very nice standard glaze portrait vase by Grace Young. Excellen...
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Early 1900s Arts and Crafts Antique Rookwood Pottery Co. Furniture

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Clay

Rookwood 1889 Vintage Art Pottery Hand Painted Ceramic Floor Vase 463A Valentien
By Rookwood Pottery Co.
Located in East Peoria, IL
Rookwood 1889 Vintage Art Pottery Hand Painted Ceramic Floor Vase 463A Valentien Monumental hand-painted standard glaze floor vase with flowers and leaves by Albert Valentien...
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1880s Arts and Crafts Antique Rookwood Pottery Co. Furniture

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Clay

Rookwood Vase by Carrie Steele Dated 1919
By Rookwood Pottery Co.
Located in New York, NY
Our Rookwood was decorated by Carrie Steele and produced in 1919. In very good condition.
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Early 20th Century Rookwood Pottery Co. Furniture

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Ceramic

Rookwood Pottery Louise Abel Arts & Crafts Ceramic Vase with Dancing Women, 1921
By Rookwood Pottery Co., Louise Abel
Located in South Bend, IN
A gorgeous Arts & Crafts large trumpet form glazed art pottery vase with dancing women motif By Louise Abel for Rookwood Pottery USA, 1921 Glazed ceramic in a beautiful maro...
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1920s American Arts and Crafts Vintage Rookwood Pottery Co. Furniture

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Ceramic

Rookwood Vase by William Ernst Hentschel Dated 1929
By Rookwood Pottery Co.
Located in New York, NY
Our handled vase with mottled blue/green glaze was designed by William Ernst Hentschel (1882-1962) for Rookwood and produced in 1929. Underside with the mark of the firm and date cod...
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Early 20th Century American Arts and Crafts Rookwood Pottery Co. Furniture

Materials

Ceramic

Antique American Rookwood Art & Crafts Pottery Vase Blue Green Matt Glaze 1917
By Rookwood Pottery Co.
Located in Portland, OR
A good antique American Arts and Crafts pottery vase by Rookwood Pottery Co, dated 1917. The vase having a charcoal color matte glaze...
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1910s American American Craftsman Vintage Rookwood Pottery Co. Furniture

Materials

Pottery

Rookwood Pottery Lamp
By Rookwood Pottery Co.
Located in Chicago, IL
Rookwood pottery Lamp Model 6811 , 1947 An attractive crazing to the glaze in the making of the lamp.
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Mid-20th Century American Arts and Crafts Rookwood Pottery Co. Furniture

Materials

Pottery

A Pair of Art Deco Ceramic Candle Holders by Roockwood Pottery, ca. 1920
By Rookwood Pottery Co.
Located in New York, NY
MARKINGS Each candle holder is fully marked on the bottom, including date XX (ca. 1920) and model number (2304). ROOCKWOOD POTTERY Roockwood is the synonym of the American Art Pottery. Founded on Thanksgiving Day in 1880 by Maria Longworth Storer, Rookwood made history – the first large manufacturing enterprise founded and owned by a woman in the United States and launching the art pottery movement in America. Within a decade, Rookwood pottery gained international acclaim, rivaling European and Asian firms that had been in existence for hundreds or thousands of years. Maria Longworth Nicholas, was the daughter of a wealthy art collector, she was inspired by Japanese pottery. When she discussed her desire to create fine pottery with her father, he provided the means and environment that allowed her to pursue her creative passions. And although it may have started as a hobby, the talented Maria quickly managed to establish Rookwood pottery as a quality producer of fine ceramic art potter. She setup the Rookwood company, hired artists like Japanese artist Kataro Shirayamadani who came to work for the company in 1887, and talented art students and encouraged them to use their creativity to experiment and create unique pottery pieces. Almost every piece designed by these artists sold for hundreds of dollars, and today they are regarded as highly collectible. A Rookwood piece by Japanese artist Kataro Shirayamadani sold for $198,000 in 1991. He was a Rookwood artist from 1887 until 1948. The Rookwood airbrush, called the mouth atomizer, was developed by Rookwood to apply glazes in an innovative way. The technique helped the company develop its own individual look. The atomizer helped add the beautiful layers of color Rookwood is known for, and the technique is still used at the Rookwood pottery today. More well-known pottery manufacturers and recognized artists doubted this female led company would have what it takes to succeed, but much to their surprise Rookwood turned out to be one of the best. By combining extraordinary attention to detail and innovative design Maria Longworth Nicholas made Rookwood the standard for ceramic pottery manufacturers to aim for. Today antique and vintage Rookwood Pottery...
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1920s American Art Deco Vintage Rookwood Pottery Co. Furniture

Materials

Ceramic

Antique Rookwood Pottery Hand Painted Vessel Gorham Engraved Silver Decoration
By Gorham, Rookwood Pottery Co.
Located in Cincinnati, OH
This late 19th century glazed earthenware mug was crafted in the studios of Cincinnati Ohio's renowned Rookwood Pottery Company and has a traditional form with an ear-shaped handle having a thumb rest. The exterior of the piece is finished in standard glaze and features hand painted decoration executed by highly regarded artist William Purcell McDonald (1864-1931). The decor has an appealing wine harvest theme consisting of grape vines that snake across the surface. The vines are studded with leaves in various shades of green along with two dangling clusters of plump reddish grapes. McDonald's application of paint is slightly raised in places giving the image a dimensional quality. The mug is further ornamented with an ornate silver overlay manufactured by Gorham. The silver decoration covers the handle and rim and includes a series of large etched foliate scrolls and flowers that extend across the body. There is also an eye-catching latticed area that provides a strong visual contrast with the gentle curving motifs found on the other parts of the silver overlay. The underside of the mug has an impressed RP mark along with shape 422 and the letter W. It also carries the incised initials of the artist - W. P. McD - and the letter L. The underside of the silver foot rim is stamped Gorham Manufacturing Co. along with a hand engraved mark reading S 1274 S. This highly collectible Rookwood silver...
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1890s American Art Nouveau Antique Rookwood Pottery Co. Furniture

Materials

Silver

1944 Mid Century Rookwood Pottery Floral Porcelain Bud Vase Jens Jensen
By Rookwood Pottery Co.
Located in Dayton, OH
Antique 1944 Rookwood Pottery porcelain vase with a floral design by Jens Jensen featuring white dogwood or magnolia blossoms on a mottled brown ground.  
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1940s Mid-Century Modern Vintage Rookwood Pottery Co. Furniture

Materials

Porcelain

William McDonald for Rookwood Pottery Collie Dog Bookends, circa 1926
By Rookwood Pottery Co.
Located in Cincinnati, OH
This handsome pair of American art pottery bookends were designed by William McDonald, (1864-1931) for acclaimed Rookwood Pottery of Cincinnati, Ohio. The bookends have been made in the form of Rough...
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1920s American Arts and Crafts Vintage Rookwood Pottery Co. Furniture

Materials

Pottery

"Under the Sea, " Atmospheric Art Deco Vase with Fish and Seaweed, 1944
By Rookwood Pottery Co.
Located in Philadelphia, PA
A marvelous, atmospheric example of Art Deco artisanry, this cylindrical vase by Jens Jensen for Rookwood Pottery depicts a fish swimming amidst moving water and tendrils of seaweed,...
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1940s American Art Deco Vintage Rookwood Pottery Co. Furniture

Materials

Porcelain

Rookwood Pottery Vellum Glaze Vase, circa 1925
By Rookwood Pottery Co.
Located in Van Nuys, CA
This piece is an American Rookwood Pottery "Vellum" series ceramic vase by Lenore Asbury, circa 1925. A monumental landscape vase by Fred Rothenbusch fo...
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1920s American Vintage Rookwood Pottery Co. Furniture

Materials

Ceramic

Rookwood Pottery Vase Matte Glaze by Clara Lindeman
By Rookwood Pottery Co.
Located in Philadelphia, PA
Lovely chartreuse matte glazed vase with two incised floral panels. Incised rookwood mark along with the number 6376, XXXIII, and CCL for Clara Christina ...
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Early 20th Century North American Arts and Crafts Rookwood Pottery Co. Furniture

Materials

Ceramic

Rookwood Pottery Co. furniture for sale on 1stDibs.

Rookwood Pottery Co. furniture are available for sale on 1stDibs. These distinctive items are frequently made of ceramic and are designed with extraordinary care. There are many options to choose from in our collection of Rookwood Pottery Co. furniture, although blue editions of this piece are particularly popular. Many of the original furniture by Rookwood Pottery Co. were created in the Arts and Crafts style in north america during the 20th century. If you’re looking for additional options, many customers also consider furniture by Roseville Pottery, Roycroft, and Shreve & Co.. Prices for Rookwood Pottery Co. furniture can differ depending upon size, time period and other attributes — on 1stDibs, these items begin at $190 and can go as high as $14,375, while a piece like these, on average, fetch $1,073.
Questions About Rookwood Pottery Co. Furniture
  • 1stDibs ExpertApril 5, 2022
    You can identify authentic Rookwood tiles by looking for the Rookwood mark. All Rookwood pieces are marked with a symbol that has a backward “R” joining a front-facing “P” encircled by flames. After 1900, the symbol also included Roman numerals to indicate the year the tile was made. Shop expertly vetted Rookwood pottery on 1stDibs.
  • 1stDibs ExpertApril 5, 2022
    ​​To date Rookwood pottery, turn the piece over and examine the maker's mark. The company used a reverse RP logo, flame markings and Roman numerals to show the production year of each piece. You can use an authoritative online resource to look up the markings and estimate the age of your pottery. Shop a range of expertly vetted Rookwood pottery on 1stDibs.
  • 1stDibs ExpertFebruary 21, 2024
    Yes, some Rookwood pottery is valuable. Pieces sold by the American maker can sell for hundreds or thousands of dollars. However, pricing varies widely based on the age, type and style of the piece. The condition of the pottery will also impact how much it is worth. To get an accurate estimate of the value of Rookwood pottery, consult a certified appraiser or knowledgeable antiques dealer. On 1stDibs, shop a range of Rookwood pottery.

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