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Rookwood Pottery (United States, Ohio, Cincinnati, 1880 - 1960) , Edward Timothy Hurley (United States, 1869 - 1950) Vase, 1909, really like it

Rookwood Pottery (United States, Ohio, Cincinnati, 1880 - 1960) , Edward Timothy Hurley (United States, 1869 - 1950) Vase, 1909, really like it

Back in the day, hand-made American pottery was not only gorgeous, but unique and considered the best in the world. Now all our stuff comes from China made in molds. Here is a stunning example of one of a piece from one of my favorite American pottery makers, Rookwood.

Back in the day, hand-made American pottery was not only gorgeous, but unique and considered the best in the world. Now all our stuff comes from China made in molds. Here is a stunning example of one of a piece from one of my favorite American pottery makers, Rookwood.

Vase, 1906, The Rookwood Pottery Company (American, est. 1880), Harriet Elizabeth Wilcox (1869–1943), decorator, earthenware, Painted Mat In...

Vase, 1906, The Rookwood Pottery Company (American, est. 1880), Harriet Elizabeth Wilcox (1869–1943), decorator, earthenware, Painted Mat In...

AN AMERICAN POTTERY VASE   Rookwood, 1920  I love this piece because it has a raven on it

AN AMERICAN POTTERY VASE Rookwood, 1920 I love this piece because it has a raven on it

Vase, about 1900produced by Rookwood Pottery, decorated by Sarah Sax, American (1896-1931).  Stoneware with Glaze. 7 5/8 inches H; 3 1/2 inches W  Elisabeth Ball Collection, gift of the George and Frances Ball Foundation

Vase, about 1900produced by Rookwood Pottery, decorated by Sarah Sax, American (1896-1931). Stoneware with Glaze. 7 5/8 inches H; 3 1/2 inches W Elisabeth Ball Collection, gift of the George and Frances Ball Foundation

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