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with lily pads and yellow flowers, with impressed circular "Grueby Pottery" mark from before 1899 (partially obscured), H: 3 3/4", total diameter: 9 1/2" rim diameter: 6"; with small flake in glaze on

Addison LeBoutillier for Grueby Faience CompanyThe Pines tiles, set of twoUSA, c. 1906glazed earthenware decorated in cuenca14 h × 26.25 w × 3.5 d in (36 × 67 × 9 cm)

GRUEBY; Rare and exceptional five-tile frieze of an ox-drawn cart, complete with 14 matching matte green tiles; All tiles 12'' sq.

Gustav Stickley and Grueby Faience Company, "Yeddo" plant stand, Eastwood, NY and, Boston, MA, ebonized maple, mottled matte green glazed pottery, signed with remnants of earliest paper label, 15"sq x

RUTH ERICKSON (b. 1883)GRUEBYRare and exceptional two-color massive floor vase with leaves and flowers, deep russet and cream glazes, Boston, MA, ca. 1900-09 Incised RE 9/28 21 1/2" x 11" Provenance:

Grueby Faience CompanyRare and Large vaseUSA, 1898-1910glazed earthenware16 h × 9 dia in (41 × 23 cm)Impressed manufacturer's mark to underside 'Grueby Pottery Boston U.S.A.' with

George P. Kendrick and Tiffany StudiosRare table lampGrueby Faience CompanyUSA, c. 1905glazed earthenware, leaded slag glass, patinated bronze21.5 h × 16 dia in (55 × 41 cm)T

Ruth Erickson for Grueby Faience CompanyRare and Exceptional floor vaseUSA, c. 1905glazed earthenware21.75 h × 11 dia in (55 × 28 cm)Vase features carved leaves and flowers and dee

Grueby Faience CompanyRare and Early vaseUSA, c. 1898glazed earthenware9.25 h × 8 dia in (23 × 20 cm)Provenance: Skinner's, 24 January 1990 | Important Private Collection<

Tiffany Studios and Grueby Faience Company, Swirling Leaf table lamp, New York, NY and Boston, MA, favrile glass, lead, copper, matte green and yellow glazed pottery, impressed signatures, 19"dia shad

GEORGE P. KENDRICKGRUEBYFine gourd-shaped vase with modeled leaves, Boston, MA, ca. 1905Circular Pottery stamp/3412" x 8 1/4"

RUTH ERICKSONGRUEBYRare, tall vase with curdled blue glaze and carved irises, Boston, MA, ca. 1905; Circular Pottery stamp, incised RE; 14 3/4" x 9"

Skinner

Jun 23, 2012

Grueby Pottery Decorated VaseArt potteryBoston, Massachusetts, c. 1904Flared rim on tapered form in thick green glaze with tooled broad leaves alternating with yellow buds, impressed Grueby Pottery, B

GEORGE KENDRICKGRUEBYRare seven-handled vase, Boston, MA, ca. 1900 Circular Pottery stamp/35 10 1/4" x 8 1/2" Provenance: Lillian Nassau, 1966 Collection of Martin Eidelberg, New York Published: Marti

Exceptional Grueby fireplace surround, c.1910, eight carved scenic "Pines" landscape tiles above original matte green tiles, reframed for display, it is extremely rare that a complete period fireplace

GRUEBYEarly Kendrick vase, matte-green glaze, Boston, MA, ca. 1900; Circular Faience stamp, paper label; 12" x 8 1/2"

Grueby Faience CompanyRare vase with leaves and budsUSA, 1898-1910glazed earthenware4.25 h × 9 dia in (11 × 23 cm)An example of this form was exhibited by Grueby at the Paris Expos

Early 20th century, designed by George KendrickBase with incised Grueby mark, stamped: 33 and bears partial Grueby paper labelWith patinated metal tri-arm, single socket lamp insert and leaded green s

Grueby Faience Company, George Kendrick (1850-1919), decorator, vase, #33, Boston, MA, matte green glazed pottery, impressed logo and number, 8"dia x 12"h, Provenance: Craftsman Auctions, 16 December

GRUEBY Extremely rare horizontal tile incised and embossed with a family of elephants, covered in polychrome matte glazes. (A perfectly fired example of matte painting.) Mounted in period Arts and Cra

An absolutely phenomenal monumental Grueby vase, Boston, c. 1900. The green cylindrical vase features long leaves which ascend the vase. Dark spots further decorate the vase, creating a more lifelike

Brunk Auctions

May 12, 2016

VaseGeorge Kendrick (1850-1919), stamped mark "Grueby Pottery Boston 34(?)", matte green glaze, baluster form with leaf decoration in relief, 12-1/4 in.. Condition: several very small chips and glaze

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