Longbrook Antiques

specializing in;

Vintage Carnival Glass For Sale featuring; Dugan, Fenton, Imperial, Millersburg & Northwood

Art Pottery by; Dedham, Deldare, Dorchester, Marblehead, P.R.P. / S.E.G. & Rookwood

Art Glass by; L.C. Tiffany, Steuben, Loetz & Kralik

Antique Porcelain featuring; Royal Bayreuth Figural & Art Ware

ROOKWOOD & ART POTTERY FOR SALE

Rookwood Pottery; Maria Longworth Nichols Storer, daughter of wealthy Joseph Longworth, founded Rookwood Pottery in 1880 as a result of being inspired by what she saw at the Centennial Exhibition in Philadelphia, including Japanese and French ceramics. The first Rookwood Pottery was located in a renovated school house on Eastern Avenue which had been purchased by Maria's father at a sheriff's sale in March 1880. Mrs. Storer named it Rookwood, after her father's country estate near the city in Walnut Hills. The first ware came from the kiln on Thanksgiving Day of that year. Through years of experimentation with glazes and kiln temperatures, Rookwood pottery became a popular American art pottery, designed to be at least as decorative as it is useful. 

Each era of Rookwood work has its own unique character. The earliest work is relief worked on colored clay, in red, pinks, grays and sage or olive greens. Some were gilt, or had stamped patterns, and some were carved. Storer sought a "standard" look for Rookwood and developed the "Standard Glaze," a yellow tinted, high gloss clear glaze often used over leaf or flower motifs.

With increased interest in the American Arts & Crafts Movement, a matte glaze was needed which could be used over under glaze decoration (largely floral and scenic). Rookwood responded in 1904 with the introduction of the "Vellum" glaze, which presented a matte surface but through which could be seen the slightly frosted appearing decoration beneath.

The art pottery movement began in the 1870s in America and Britain, coinciding roughly with the beginning of the Arts and Crafts movement, which gained momentum in the 1880s. Art pottery was more elaborate than utilitarian pottery and more aesthetically focused. Early art pottery pieces were usually hand decorated, signed by the artist, and produced in limited numbers. Many companies known for their art pottery, like Rookwood, Roseville, Frankoma, and Weller etc., were founded in the 1880s and 1890s. What ultimately set these companies apart were their ornamental designs. Rookwood and other companies took inspiration from Asian, Art Nouveau, Art Deco and Arts & Crafts styles, creating pieces that were both functional and beautiful. They worked in a variety of popular forms, from vases to bowls to wall sconces and decorative tiles.

The items offered for sale on this page are antique/vintage. Items should be expected to  have normal anomalies present, such as glaze crawl marks, tool marks, slight spotting from the making in the finish, normal use shelf wear, small bubbles which may or may not have opened during the firing process or light edge wear roughness to the touch which would not be considered as post production damage.

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"BESWICK"

ENGLAND, CIRCA 1935 DECORATED BOWL

LBK989

This is a beautiful 3 footed mottled blue and decorated Beswick England matte glaze art pottery bowl. This item displays a mottled yellow/brown 6 petaled flower on the interior while the exterior has colors of blue and green over a base color of lavender. Very fine overall crazing and a somewhat hammered effect to the form on the exterior. There are 3 scrolled feet upon which the bowl rests. A single #6 painted on under glaze upon the base. The Beswick England impressed mark is exceptionally faint and very difficult to see but it is present. The bowl measures 9" across and sits 3 1/8" high. This item has no chips, cracks or repairs

Price: $85.00


"CLEWELL"

COPPER CLAD ART POTTERY ADVERTISING DISH

LBK3247

Clewel copper and bronze clad art pottery dish. Nice dark two tone early patina finish. Decorated with a riveted pattern and a bronze plaque reading; "The Fowler-Simpson Co. Advertising Cleveland O. Marked on the underside with the circular Clewell Canton O. mark. There is a small chip to the ceramic body under the rim as can be seen in our image at the 2:00 position. This does not extend to the copper clad or show easily from the exterior. Measures 4" across. No other chips, cracks or repairs.

Price: $195.00


"CLEWELL"

COPPER CLAD ART POTTERY RIVET MUG

LBK3248

Clewell copper clad over white art pottery body mug. Rivet design embellished with a wonderful arts and crafts monogram. Marked on the underside  in impressed letters; Clewell Canton Ohio. The original dark brown patina is very much intact. Measures 4 3/4" X 4 1/2" X 3 3/4". No chips, cracks repairs or damage.

Price: $250.00


"CLEWELL 330-5"

COPPER CLAD ART POTTERY VASE

LBK3241

Clewell copper clad art pottery vase hand incised on the base "Clewell 330-5". Covered in a dark brown with hints of verdigrie early arts and crafts patina. Measures 4 5/8" tall, 3 1/2" across the top and 2 1/2" across the base. No chips, cracks or repairs. 

Price: $450.00


ARTS & CRAFTS PERIOD DICKENS CHARACTER HAND PAINTED VASE

LBK2410

Arts & crafts early 20th century under glaze slip decorated Dickens character portrait vase. This wonderful item is very much in the form of WELLER 1st Dickens ware. The item is impressed 6116 and VI hand painted under the glaze. The detail is excellent and the decoration appears to be in the sgrafitto technique, hand incised and then hand slip painted within those incised lines. This vase has a white and umber checkered frieze running around the upper section. Measures 6 1/2" tall and 3 1/4" across at the widest point. No chips, cracks or repairs.

Price: $110.00


"DOULTON LAMBETH"

1881 RARE STONEWARE COVERED POT

LBK2050

DOULTON LAMBETH 1881 covered pot. Decorated with a continuous frieze of dancing figures with fans, dots below and impressed flowers above. The stoneware body is covered in a high gloss glaze over a deep slate blue and white raised decoration. The base is impressed with the very early DOULTON LAMBETH 1881 marks and associated shape and decoration impressed numbers. This covered jar measures 3 3/4" X 3 3/4". There is a glaze pop on one of the figures feet in the raised frieze as well as several small flakes to the underside of the lid's rim. No other chips, cracks or repairs.

Price: $125.00


"FULPER POTTERY"

FOOTED MATTE TAN BOWL

LBK2206

FULPER ink rectangle marked bowl. Measures 8" across and sitting 2 1/4" high. There is light overall crazing with 3 short lines at the rim which we are unable to feel. One of the 3 peg leg's appears to have pulled some of the ceramic away from the firing process or having been chipped shortly after the manufacture. No other chips, cracks or repairs.

Price: $75.00


"HAEGER POTTERY"

MID CENTURY MATTE GREEN JARDINIERE

LBK2459

HAEGER USA @ mid century modern matte green jardiniere. Measures 8 1/2" wide and stands 7" tall. Marked on the underside HAEGER and faintly USA @. No chips, cracks or repairs.

Price: $40.00


"HULL ART USA"

H-8-8 1/2 PINK MAGNOLIA LARGE VASE

LBK2727

HULL ART USA H-8-8 1/2 vase. Measures 8 1/2" tall X 8" wide and 3 1/2" deep. The base edge has some very minor flakes also a small area of crazing with a little discoloration to the top of the foot. No other chips, cracks or repairs.

Price: $75.00


"IMPERIAL PORCELAIN CORP.

PAUL WEBB BLUE MOUNTAIN BOYS "RABBIT HUNT" PITCHER

LBK2807

PAUL WEBB  Imperial Porcelain Corp. RABBIT HUNT Blue Ridge Mountain Boys pitcher. Base impressed "COPYRIGHT 1948, Imperial Porcelain Corp., ZANESVILLE OHIO, Hand Crafted, U. S. A. and No. 98". Measures 6" tall X 8 1/4" spout to handle. Some interior glaze discoloration from normal crazing, a few areas of external crazing discoloration. No chips, cracks or repairs

Price: $95.00


"KENTON HILLS POTTERY"

WILLAIM E. HENTSCHELL CREST COMPANY LAMP

LBK1714

KENTON HILLS jewel porcelain lamp base by WILLIAM E. HENTSCHELL. The complete and original, bronze, and brass hardware on this item is marked CREST 1715. Crest Lamp CO of Chicago is considered one of the finest lamp manufacturers of the early to mid 20th Century. The base is signed on the side with William E. Hentschell's signature and the interior rim of the base is impressed 177 followed by black under glaze marks which I have not identified. The Kenton Hills Hentschell Lamp Vase measures 13" tall and 6 1/2" across at the widest point. The overall height of this Kenton Hills/Crest Lamp base is 18 1/2" tall. Kenton Hills was in production only from late 1939 and ended all production by 1943. Kenton Hills was located in Kentucky and was a firm created by several Rookwood Art Pottery employees which included William E. Hentschell, David Seyler and Harold Bopp. This item has its original patina and even original dirt as we will not clean this item nor rewire it. No chips, cracks or repairs.

Price: $750.00


"F. LANDRY

PARIS"

BARBOTINE STYLE CAVALIER VASES

LBK763

Circa 1876 under glaze hand painted slip BARBOTINE style glazed pair of cavalier vases signed F. LANDRY A. PARIS. Measures  10 1/2" X 8 1/2" X 4". There are some minor early restorations to glaze flakes and scaling that is expertly performed on the feet and one near the top corner of one of the vases and one glaze flake on the edge of one foot. The base of one vase is impressed, F. LANDRY A. PARIS, while one vase is signed under glazed Landry & vase is initialed F.L. (the slip painted initial have a little tail making it almost appear to be an E. No other damage or repairs.

Price: $1,500.00


"POTTERY CLUB OF CINCINNATI"

HUNGARIAN FAIENCE CIRCA 1880 VASE

LBK2245

POTTERY CLUB OF CINCINNATI Hungarian Faience art pottery vase. This item was made circa 1880 and is hand incised under glaze with the artist signature which appears to us to be M. Spencer. Part of the last name is illegible due to glaze fill in of the inscription. The style is very similar to items produced later in the 1800's by William Dell Pottery Company but what makes this item different is the lack of impressed W. Dell mark nor any shape # which is common for his work. Mr. Dell was a member of the Pottery Club of Cincinnati for a short time and it was believed that he took much of the techniques learned while at the PCC to implement at his firm as his own designs. One of the founding members of the Pottery Club of Cincinnati was listed as Miss Mary Spencer, this item may be by this individual. There are a few small condition issues such as a 1/8" flat chip/flake to the edge of one of the gold feet as well as some loss of the under glaze slip decoration contained in about 5 areas of the leaves and flowers. This item measures 7" X 5". There are no other chips, cracks or repairs.

Price: $550.00


"RETTIG-VALENTIEN"  

BARBETINE GLAZE CANTEEN VASE

LBK1558

Barbotine style American art pottery circa 1880 Rettig-Valentien (attributed) canteen vase and most likely fired at the Coultry Pottery in Cincinnati Ohio. The canteen vase appears to have a small ARV painted under glaze on the lower side, as well as an additional series of letters/signature on the opposite side and it does appear to be the correct ARV signature for Albert Valentien. There is light overall crazing as expected, and a spot where a finger has flattened part of one of the feet prior to firing. Measuring 10" X 9" X 2 1/2". There are 1 or two extremely tiny flea bite sized flecks off one foot but it may well be from the making and almost not there at all. There are no chips, cracks or repairs.

Price: $800.00


"ROOKWOOD POTTERY"

IRIS GLAZE & SILVER on BRONZE "COMMERCIAL CLUB OF CINCINNATI "1880-1905" MUG by SALLY E. COYNE

LBK3048

ROOKWOOD POTTERY "IRIS GLAZE" with "SILVER PLATE ON BRONZE" mug. Artist signed SEC for Sally E. Coyne. Dated with Rookwood's reverse RP and 14 flame logo, the date letter V for 1905. No shape number as this was a special order item and is inscribed underneath "COMMERCIAL CLUB OF CINCINNATI 1880-1905". There is also a hand incised W. for requiring the Iris Glaze to have been applied. The silver is inscribed MR. McDOWELL. Mr. McDowell was the president of the Louisville Commercial Club in 1905 and one of the few representatives to have attended the ceremony held in Cincinnati Ohio in 1905. Rookwood Pottery produced individual and personal inscribed mugs for the members of the Commercial Club in attendance. There are a small handful of such mugs in various glaze treatments, all of which appear to have the silver plate over bronze application and all decorated with a clover and leaf design. This mug has a number of glaze issues, discolorations and darkened crazing areas resulting in spider cracks which may or may not go through the ceramic body. We have no attempted to clean the silver nor the body of this item. There are no other repairs or chips outside of small flakes along some of the hairline crazing present. Measures 5 1/4" X 5".

Price: $450.00


"ROOKWOOD POTTERY"

BUTTER FAT GLAZE 1952 VASE by LORETTA HOLTKAMP

LBK2805

ROOKWOOD POTTERY mid century modern, hand thrown vase with abstract design artist signed LH for Loretta Holtkamp. Impressed with Rookwood's reverse RP and 14 flame logo, LII for the year 1952. Measures 6 1/2" X 5". Unusual for this time period and glaze type, there is no crazing, chips, cracks or repairs.

Price: $450.00


"ROOKWOOD POTTERY"

CABINET JAR (base only) by ALBERT PONS SHAPE #622C DATED 1908

LBK2566

ROOKWOOD POTTERY artist signed AP. (Albert Pons) cabinet jar (base only) shape #622C, impressed with the Rookwood reverse RP and 14 flame logo, VIII for the year 1908. Measures 4 1/4" across and sits 2 3/4" high. There is a tiny flea bite to the very interior rim edge as can be seen in our image. No chips, cracks or repairs.

Price: $125.00


"ROOKWOOD POTTERY"

SHAPE #897 STANDARD GLAZE EWER by LENORE ASBURY DATED 1900 HOLLY DECORATION

LBK816

ROOKWOOD POTTERY standard glaze ewer decorated by LENORE ASBURY (1866 - 1933). Impressed with the Rookwood reverse RP and 14 flame logo for the date 1900. Shape #897 and the artist initials L.A. The original retailer paper label is intact and reads; "DAVIS COLLAMORE & CO. NEW YORK FIFTH AVENUE AND 37th STREET". Davis Collamore & Co. was a high end New York City importer of porcelain and glass. The firm was a rival to Tiffany & Co. and Black Starr & Frost. Davis Collamore was among the first to recognize the value of Rookwood Pottery, for which they were the representatives at the Exposition Universelle, Paris 1889. Ms. Asbury hand painted the decoration of holly berries and leaves on a dark ground. Standing 9" tall, the condition is exceptionally clean with only very light crazing. No chips, cracks or repairs.

Price: $650.00


"ROOKWOOD POTTERY"

VELLUM GLAZE by EDITH NOONAN SHAPE #905E DATED 1906

LBK2573

ROOKWOOD POTTERY vellum glaze vase decorated by Edith Noonan, shape #905E dated V1 (1906). This item is a wonderful soft blue/grey with soft aqua tones in the back ground while white wild roses circle the vase. Impressed with the Rookwood reverse RP and 14 flame logo, VI for 1906, the shape #905E, V for vellum glaze, hand incised V as the designated glaze by the artist as well as what may be either a small wheel ground X or a small grinding mark where the tool touched the glaze between two of the 3 stilt dot marks. Light overall crazing. Measures 7" tall and 4" across at the widest point. No chips, cracks or repairs.

Price: $675.00


"ROOKWOOD POTTERY"

VELLUM GLAZE MUG SHAPE #993 DATED 1907

LBK3046

ROOKWOOD POTTERY Vellum glazed mug. Marked with the Rookwood reverse RP and 14 flame logo, shape number 993 and impressed VII for the date of 1907. The green to brown arts and crafts glaze is one of the finest we have ever seen. No crazing or pitting and wonder texture. Measures 5 1/8" X 4 3/4". No chips, cracks or repairs.

Price: $385.00


"ROOKWOOD POTTERY"

CANDLE HOLDER PINK & YELLOW MATTE GLAZE SHAPE #1067 DATED 1920

LBK2493

ROOKWOOD pink & yellow matt glazed arts and crafts lotus form chamber stick. Impressed in the underside is the Rookwood 14 flame reverse RP logo, XX for the year 1920, shape # 1067. Measuring 5 1/4" X 1 3/4". No chips, cracks or repairs.

Price: $125.00


"ROOKWOOD POTTERY"

CANDLE HOLDER PINK & GREEN MATTE GLAZE SHAPE #1067 DATED 1922

LBK2146

ROOKWOOD pink & green matt glazed arts and crafts lotus form chamber stick. Impressed in the underside is the Rookwood 14 flame reverse RP logo, XXII for the year 1922, shape # 1067. Measuring 5 1/4" X 1 3/4". No chips, cracks or repairs.

Price: $125.00


"ROOKWOOD POTTERY"

CANDLE HOLDER PINK MATTE GLAZE SHAPE #1067 DATED 1931

LBK2808

ROOKWOOD pink matt glazed arts and crafts lotus form chamber stick. Impressed in the underside is the Rookwood 14 flame reverse RP logo, XXXI for the year 1931, shape # 1067. Measuring 5 1/4" X 1 3/4". No crazing, no chips, cracks or repairs.

Price: $125.00


"ROOKWOOD POTTERY"

VASE GREEN TO PINK MATTE GLAZE SHAPE #1089E DATED 1917

LBK2601

ROOKWOOD POTTERY green to pink matte glazed vase. Shape #1089E, dated XVII (1917). Measures 4 1/4" across at the widest point and sits 3 1/8" high. Marked with the Rookwood reverse RP and 14 flame logo, date XVII, and 1089E. No chips, cracks, crazing or repairs. 

Price: $165.00


"ROOKWOOD POTTERY"

VASE BROWN MATTE GLAZE SHAPE #1348 DATED XII (1912)

LBK2690

ROOKWOOD POTTERY shape #1348 brown matte glaze vase dated XII (1912). This item sits upon 4 feet and is covered in a fantastic shading arts & crafts glaze. Measures 5 3/4" across at the widest point and stands 4" tall. No chips, cracks or repairs.

Price: $350.00


"ROOKWOOD POTTERY"

PINK/MAUVE MATTE GLAZE FLOWER FROG SHAPE #1621F DATE XX for 1920

LBK2485

ROOKWOOD POTTERY pink/mauve matte glazed flower frog. Marked with Rookwood's (faintly) reverse RP and 14 flame logo, XX for the year 1920 and the shape #1621F. There are in the making firing separations under the glaze. Measures 2 1/4" across and sits 1" high. No chips, cracks or repairs.

Price: $38.00


"ROOKWOOD POTTERY"

YELLOW MATTE GLAZE FLOWER FROG SHAPE #1621B DATE XV for 1915

LBK2960

ROOKWOOD POTTERY yellow matte glazed flower frog. Marked with Rookwood's reverse RP and 14 flame logo, XV for the year 1915 and the shape #1621B. A glaze loss on the edge of the base as shown in the image of the underside. The glaze chip extends a short way up the side and there is darkened heavy water stains to the exterior which we have not attempted to remove. Measures 4 1/2" across and sits 17/8" high. No other chips, cracks or repairs.

Price: $38.00


"ROOKWOOD POTTERY"

MATTE BLUE SIX SIDED GRAPE VASE SHAPE #1645 DATED 1910

LBK3157

ROOKWOOD art pottery blue matte glazed six sided and footed vase with molded grapes and leaves. Marked with Rookwood reverse RP and 14 flame mark, shape # 1642, dated X for 1910. Measures 5 3/4" across and 4 3/4" high. No chips, cracks or repairs with one tiny glaze skip under one foot from the manufacturing process.

Price: $285.00


"ROOKWOOD POTTERY"

MATTE BLUE POND LILY MATCH BOX HOLDER SHAPE #1695 DATED 1918

LBK2127

ROOKWOOD art pottery pond lily form match box holder & tray base. Marked with Rookwood reverse RP and 14 flame mark, shape # 1695 P for early porcelain body dated XVIII for 1918. Measures 5 1/2" across and 3" high. No chips, cracks or repairs.

Price: $225.00


"ROOKWOOD POTTERY"

PINK MATTE DUSTY ROSE VASE SHAPE #1801 DATED XX (1920)

LBK2674

ROOKWOOD POTTERY shape #1801 matte dusty rose/pink vase dated XX (1920). A tall and graceful form in a true arts and crafts style. There is a little area on the rim which has slightly thinner glaze. Stands 10" tall and 3 1/8" across at the widest point. No chips, cracks or repairs.

Price: $350.00


"ROOKWOOD POTTERY"

MATTE PINK TO GREEN BOWL SHAPE #1878 DATED 1922

LBK2549

ROOKWOOD POTTERY 3 footed low rolled edge bowl. This example is covered in a nice pink to green matte glaze. Marked on the underside with Rookwood's reverse RP and 14 flame logo, shape #1878 and XXII for the date 1922. There is a small factory wheel ground X which if for a very insignificant moon shaped glaze crawl inside the bowl as well as a somewhat granular feel to the matte glaze inside. Measures 6 1/4" X 1 3/4". No chips, cracks or repairs.

Price: $165.00


"ROOKWOOD POTTERY"

VELLUM VASE by ED DIERS SHAPE #1927 DATED 1931

LBK3047

ROOKWOOD POTTERY shape #1927 dated XXXI (1931). This item is decorated with pink wild roses and leaves on a soft blue ground. The vellum glaze is one of the cleanest we have ever seen, exhibiting no crazing and no pits! Marked with Rookwoods reverse RP and 14 flame logo, XXXI for the year 1931 and the shape #1927. Also there is a hand incised V for vellum glaze and the artist cipher ED for Ed Diers as well as an esoteric factory mark. Measures 5 1/2" X 4 1/8". No chips, cracks or repairs.

Price: $650.00


"ROOKWOOD POTTERY"

GREEN OVER YELLOW MATTE BOWL SHAPE #2146 DATED XV(1915)

LBK2675

ROOKWOOD POTTERY shape #2146 arts & crafts bowl dated XV (1915). A fantastic light green over yellow matte glaze with great arts and crafts form. Measures 8" across and sits 3 1/8" high. No chips, cracks or repairs.

Price: $350.00


"ROOKWOOD POTTERY"

CELEDON GREEN NACREOUS GLAZED BOWL SHAPE #2178C DATED XV(1915)

LBK3187

Rare celedon green nacreous glaze bowl. Nacreous glaze was made for a few months during 1915. Impressed with the Rookwood reverse RP and 14 flame logo, the date XV for 1915, shape #2178 C, as well as an upright P, to designate the newly created porcelain body and glaze. Measures 7 5/8" X 2 3/8". No crazing, no chips, cracks or repairs. 

Price: $300.00


"ROOKWOOD POTTERY"

BLUE MATTE ARTS & CRAFTS BOWL SHAPE #2193 DATED 1921

LBK2544

ROOKWOOD POTTERY arts & crafts blue matte glazed bowl. This item is marked with Rookwood's reverse RP and 14 flame logo, XXI for the date 1921 and shape #2193. Measures 4 1/2" X 1 3/4". No chips, cracks or repairs.

Price: $160.00


"ROOKWOOD POTTERY"

MONUMENTAL SHAPE #2197 P 1915 HANDLED VASE 

LBK2164

Monumental ROOKWOOD art pottery vase. Shape #2197 P (porcelain) XV 1915 Wedgwood blue rolled edge and 2 handled form. Impressed on the underside with Rookwood's reverse RP and 14 flame mark. The shape #2197, XV for the year 1915 and P for porcelain glaze. No chips, cracks or repairs.

Price: $350.00


"ROOKWOOD POTTERY"

YELLOW BIRD TEA TILE/TRIVET SHAPE #2349 DATED 1927

LBK2547

ROOKWOOD POTTERY yellow bird tea tile/trivet. Marked on the reverse with Rookwood's reverse RP and 14 flame logo, XXVII for the year 1927 and shape #2349 as well as a small wheel ground X denoting this item as a second. There are some truly insignificant small glaze pops where the thick glaze did not fully flow as seen in our image. There is one single fine craze line as this is a superbly clean example. Measures 6" X 5/8". No chips, cracks or repairs.

Price: $225.00


"ROOKWOOD POTTERY"

YELLOW BIRD TEA TILE/TRIVET SHAPE #2349 DATED 1929 SARAH TOOHEY

LBK2586

ROOKWOOD POTTERY yellow bird tea tile/trivet. Marked on the reverse with Rookwood's reverse RP and 14 flame logo, XXIX for the year 1929 and shape #2349. There is also what appears to be Sarah Toohey's cipher in a circle as she was the original designer of this shape. This is a superb and clean example with great color control and a lack of crazing. Measures 6" X 5/8". No chips, cracks or repairs.

Price: $250.00


"ROOKWOOD POTTERY"

VELLUM MATTE PINK GLAZE SHAPE #2373 DATED 1929 VASE

LBK3113

ROOKWOOD POTTERY vellum matte pink with green highlight glazed vase. Shape #2373 and dated XXIX (1929). Measures 7" tall. There is a single small glaze craze inside the lip, it is difficult to see and most likely was created during the manufacturing process as it is not post production damage. No chips, cracks or repairs

Price: $280.00


"ROOKWOOD POTTERY"

VELLUM MATTE DARK PLUM GLAZE SHAPE #2411 DATED 1917 VASE

LBK2562

ROOKWOOD POTTERY vellum matte dark plum glaze vase. Shape #2411 and dated XVII (1917). Measures 7 3/4" tall and 3 1/4" across at the widest point. There is an extremely small glaze flake on the top rim about the size of a pin head with a tiny associated glaze craze. No other chips, cracks or repairs

Price: $260.00


"ROOKWOOD POTTERY"

2 HANDLED PINK TO GREEN MATTE GLAZE VASE SHAPE # 2426 DATED 1928

LBK2799

ROOKWOOD POTTERY VASE shape #2426 dated XXVIII for the year 1928. The base is impressed with Rookwood's reverse RP and 14 flame logo. Covered in a satiny matte glaze of soft pink shading to green mid body. Standing 8 1/4" tall and 5 12" across at the widest point. No chips, cracks or repairs.

Price: $290.00


"ROOKWOOD POTTERY"

1921 SHAPE #2459 ROSE & TURQUOISE COVERED RAM HANDLED DISH

LBK2202

ROOKWOOD art pottery dusty rose and turquoise not crazed porcelain glazed double ram's head handled and covered dish. The base is impressed with Rookwood's reverse RP and 14 Flame logo, XXI for the date 1921, shape # 2459. There are some in the making fine pepper marks which do not affect this item or is beauty. This item measures 5" across and 4 3/4" high with the lid in place. No chips, cracks or repairs.

Price: $225.00


"ROOKWOOD POTTERY"

YELLOW JEWEL PORCELAIN BOWL by LORINDA EPPLY SHAPE #2757 DATE 1924

LBK949

ROOKWOOD yellow jewel porcelain bowl by Lorinda Epply. It is decorated with warm florette's that circle the flared rim and a large central florette. The reverse side of the bowl is decorated in dripping blue, brown, and black creating a stunning effect. This item is marked on the base with the Rookwood reverse RP and 14 flame logo. XXIV for the year 1924. Shape #2757 with a right dot. The Artist initials LE for Lorinda Epply, one of Rookwood's most sought after artists. The bowl is also marked on the base with a wheel cut into the glaze double X mark denoting this item as a double second. The reason for this is a firing split which occurred in the final firing of this item. It appears that one of the stilts slipped slightly, creating pressure and a subsequent crack/split that is more noticeable on the base than the interior of the bowl but it is there. The item was obviously considered, beautiful, and artistic enough to not destroy and was most likely given to either the artist or worker at the Rookwood showroom. It is truly a stunning example of a very scarce glaze with go crazing! Other than the firing flaw there are no chips or repairs.

Price: $275.00


"ROOKWOOD POTTERY"

TURQUOISE FLYING GEESE & STARS Shape #5616 1953 VASE

LBK2252

ROOKWOOD art pottery turquoise glaze flying geese and stars vase. Marked with Rookwood's reverse RP and 14 flame logo, XLIII for the year 1953, shape #5616. There is also a small factory wheel ground X. There are 2 bottom edge glaze only small grinding chips.i No other chips, cracks or repairs.

Price: $120.00


"ROOKWOOD POTTERY"

TURQUOISE PORCELAIN ART DECO VASE SHAPE #6147 XLV 1945

LBK2166

Rookwood Pottery turquoise porcelain glaze art deco large vase. Impressed on the underside with Rookwood's reverse RP and 14 flame logo. The impressed shape #6147, XLV for the year 1945 and a hand incised number. The vase has overall fine crazing which adds to the depth of the turquoise coloration over the modeled Art Deco floral pattern. At some point 2 very small from the making grinding flakes on the bottom edge of the glaze professionally repaired. These grinding flakes are very common for the heavier porcelain glaze items yet these 2 grinding flakes have obviously been professionally covered. No other chips, cracks or repairs.

Price: $120.00


"ROOKWOOD POTTERY"

WINE MADDER GLAZED ART DECO VASE SHAPE #6147 XLVI 1946

LBK2563

ROOKWOOD POTTERY art deco vase. Shape #6147 and dated XLVI (1946) in a beautiful wine madder glaze. Measures 7" tall and 6 1/2" across at the widest point. There is normal crazing to the glaze, No chips, cracks or repairs.

Price: $190.00


"ROOKWOOD POTTERY"

WINE MADDER GLAZE SHAMROCK SHAPE #6352 1945 VASE NO CRAZING

LBK2165

ROOKWOOD art pottery wine madder glaze shamrock pattern vase. The shape #6352 is illegible, the date # XLV standing for 1945 is absolutely clear as well as a hand incised # Also impressed with the Rookwood reverse RP and 14 flame logo. This item has no crazing and measures 4 3/4" X 3 1/2". No chips, cracks or repairs.

Price: $140.00


"ROOKWOOD POTTERY"

LOIS FURUKAWA VASE SHAPE #6431 DATED 1946

LBK2659

ROOKWOOD POTTERY decorated porcelain glaze vase by LOIS FURUKAWA. This item is marked with Rookwood's reverse RP and 14 flame logo, XLVI for the date 1946, shape #6431, hand incised 65 and a blue stylized version of LOIS FURUKAWA's LF artist signature. There is overall fine crazing. Measures 4 1/2" across at the widest point and stands 3 3/4" tall. No chips, cracks or repairs.

Price: $250.00


"ROOKWOOD POTTERY"

PINK JEWEL PORCELAIN VASE SHAPE #6626 DATED 1937

LBK143A

Rookwood art pottery pink jewell porcelain vase. Stands 8 1/2 inches tall and measures 4 1/2 inches across at its widest point. This item is impressed on the base with the Rookwood reverse RP and 14 flame logo, XXXVII for 1937 and shape #s 6626. No crazing, no chips, cracks or repairs.

Price: $250.00


"ROOKWOOD POTTERY"

VIOLET GREY SHAPE #6951 DATED XLIX (1949) VASES

LBK2489

Pair of ROOKWOOD POTTERY violet gray glazed vases. Each item is marked with the Rookwood reverse RP and 14 flame logo, the date XLIX for 1949 as well as the shape #6953. Both vases stand 7" tall and 5" across at the widest point. There appears to be no crazing. The interior rims of the four lobed openings shade to a turquoise drip matte glaze where one vase has a tiny pin point open glaze bubble. No chips, cracks or repairs.

Price: $375.00 pair


"ROOKWOOD POTTERY"

DUCK "CRITTER" SHAPE #6992 DATED 1948

LBK2149

ROOKWOOD POTTERY duck paperweight shape 6992. Multi colored high gloss glazed has a number of open bubbles contributing to a very small X. You can see some of these in the neck area and are on both only. Measures 5 1/2" X 4 1/2" X 2 3/4". The base is impressed with the ROOKWOOD reverse RP and 14 flame mark, shape #6992 and XLVIII for the year 1948. No chips, cracks or repairs.

Price: $175.00


"ROSEVILLE POTTERY"

1915 CARNELIAN II SHAPE 313-9 PINK MATTE GLAZE VASE

LBK2814

ROSEVILLE POTTERY 1915 CARNELIAN II gloppy matted glazed vase. Marked with the blue RV stamp. This is shape #313-9 and measures 9" X 5 1/2" X 4 1/2". One of the cleanest examples with an excellent glaze treatment. There is a small in the making bottom edge clay divet, no chips, cracks or repairs.

Price: $450.00


"RUSSEL WRIGHT"

AMERICAN MODERN by STEUBENVILLE POTTERY WHITE SALT & PEPPER SHAKER

LBK2086

RUSSEL WRIGHT AMERICAN MODERN by STEUBENVILLE POTTERY white salt & pepper shakers. The American Modern pattern was made by The Steubenville Pottery Company from 1939-1959 and was designed by Russel Wright. Each shaker measures 2" tall with 5 holes in the top, one shaker with slightly larger holes and one with slightly smaller holes. There are no plugs for the bottom and the shaker with the slightly larger holes has light overall crazing while the mate shaker has no crazing. No chips, cracks or repairs.

Price: $30.00


"SHAWNEE POTTERY"

PIG PLANTER IVORY GLAZED

LBK815

Whimsical marked "U.S.A." SHAWNEE POTTERY ivory matte glazed big eared Smiling pig planter. This great fella has a big smile on his face, and has much of his original cold painted ear highlights! Matte glaze has even overall crazing and two pin prick in the making holes on the tip of his nose, these are not damaged or chips and are guaranteed to be in the making. Impressed USA. He measures 4 1/4" long and stands 3 5/8" high. No chips, cracks or repairs.

Price: $30.00


"STANGL POTTERY"

HAND PAINTED GOLDEN WHEAT COVERED BOX

LBK2057

STANGL Pottery hand painted golden wheat covered box. The base is marked under glaze Stangl Pottery Trenton NJ in an oval and hand painted artist initials JS. Measures 7 1/2" X 3" X 2". There are no chips, cracks or repairs.

Price: $65.00


"SUDLOWS BURSLEM"

ART DECO HAND PAINTED "ROYAL" PITCHER

LBK688

We proudly offer for purchase this Sudlows Burslem "Royal" Made in England impressed mark art deco pitcher. This ware is very similar to those produced and decorated by Clarice Cliff and Susie Cooper from the same area of England at the same time that this item was produced. This item also is marked under glaze M 0 324 and a hand incised A. The ewer has a hand painted scene of a woman in a large, pink, dress, and yellow hat sitting and writing at a desk. The landscape is in shades of purple, blue, an angular handle also has a lavender painted strip. Only light crazing. Stands 11 1/2" tall. No chips, cracks or repairs.

Price: $185.00


"JOHN B. TAYLOR POTTERY"

LOUISVILLE POTTERY STONEWARE PLAID PATTERN TALL COFFEE MUG

LBK2958

John B. Taylor Pottery, LOUISVILLE Stoneware predecessor PLAID pattern hand decorated stoneware tall coffee mug. Under glaze hand painted design of alternating "+" and "-" signs separated by squares and rick rack. Artist initialed and a manufacturers logos are found on the underside. Measures 5" X 5" X 4". One glaze pop is located on the reverse side of no harm from the manufacturing process. No chips, cracks or repairs.

Price: $45.00


"JOHN B. TAYLOR POTTERY"

LOUISVILLE POTTERY STONEWARE TALL COFFEE MUG

LBK2959

John B. Taylor Pottery, predecessor to the LOUISVILLE STONEWARE Company, hand decorated stoneware tall coffee mug. Under glaze hand painted design of alternating "+" and "-" signs separated by squares and rick rack. Artist initialed and a manufacturers logos are found on the underside. Measures 5" X 5" X 4". No chips, cracks or repairs.

Price: $45.00


"JOHN B. TAYLOR POTTERY"

LOUISVILLE STONEWARE "GRAPE & POMEGRANATE" SAUCE DISH

LBK3021

John B. Taylor Pottery, predecessor to the LOUISVILLE STONEWARE Company, hand decorated stoneware "GRAPE & POMEGRANITE" pattern sauce dish (3 available for purchase).  2 artist initialed RS and 1 artist initialed LF. Measures 3 1/4" X 3/4". No chips, cracks or repairs.

3 available each

Price: $25.00 each


"VAN BRIGGLE POTTERY"

1940'S MOONGLO LUNA MOTH VASE

LBK2477

1940's VAN BRIGGLE Pottery luna moth vase in moonglo glaze. This item measures 3" high and stands 3 3/4" across at the widest point. The vase has the shellac base markings of the AA mark and Van Briggle Colo. Spgs. Colo. No chips, cracks or repairs.

Price: $50.00


"WELLER POTTERY"

CLAYWOOD/BURNTWOOD SPIDER WEB JUG

LBK2438

Arts & crafts WELLER POTTERY Claywood or Burtwood spider web handled jug. The incised spider web pattern is filled with black coloring to emphasize it from the buff ground color. The underside is in red clay. No company mark. Measures 5" X 5" X 5". No chips, cracks or repairs.

Price: $180.00


"WELLER POTTERY"

OCTAGON BLACK ZONA JARDINIERE

LBK2073

Striking marked in block letters "WELLER" octagon shape black Zona line jardiniere planter. This item measures 5 1/2" X 4 3/4". There are two very small scratch losses of black glaze on the very top rim, which show a tiny amount of the white pottery below. No chips, cracks or repairs.

Price: $185.00


"WELLER POTTERY"

ZONA GRAPE AND FLOWER PLATE

LBK2319

Arts and crafts WELLER POTTERY ZONA pattern plate (2 each available for purchase). The plate measures 7 3/8" across and sits 5/8" high. Brilliantly hand painted under glaze with expected very fine crazing and minor toning to the ivory background. The back is impressed in block letters WELLER which dates this item circa 1915. One of the available plates is numbered 2- and the other 7X. No chips, cracks or repairs.

2 available each

Price: $85.00 each