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Rookwood Pottery Vellum Glaze Vase, circa 1925

$12,500

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This piece is an American Rookwood Pottery "Vellum" series ceramic vase by Lenore Asbury, circa 1925. Rookwood introduced the "vellum" glaze in 1904; it is characterized by a matte surface with slightly "frosted" appearing decoration beneath. Lenore Asbury was a printmaker and painter that worked for Rookwood.

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