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May 16

Rookwood Pottery by Carl SchmidtvaseCincinnatiIris glaze ceramicsigned, numbered, dated 191117"h x 8.5"dia

Kataro Shirayamadanirare Sea Green lampRookwood Pottery / Tiffany StudiosUSA, 1901glazed earthenware, patinated copper, leaded slag glass, patinated metal14 h × 12 dia in (36 × 30 cm)The


Feb 07

Rookwood Pottery by Kataro ShirayamadaniPoppies vaseCincinnatiIris glazed ceramicsigned, numbered, dated 190715"h x 8.5"dia

TreadwayFeb 07

William Purcell McDonaldexceptional and large Relief Iris vase with poppiesRookwood PotteryUSA, 1900glazed earthenware14.25 h × 8.5 dia in (36 × 22 cm)Impressed signature, date and numbe

Carl Schmidt (1875-1959) for Rookwood Pottery, vase, #787B, Cincinnati, OH, 1909, Iris glaze, marked, A classic shaped vase with exquisite artwork by one of Rookwood's best painters., This large vase

Kataro Shirayamadani (1865-1948) for Rookwood Pottery / Tiffany Studiostable lamp: Acorn shade on a carved base with brightly colored floral decoration, shape number 645ZCincinnati, Ohio, 1903 (base);


Jun 03, 2018

William P. McDonald for Rookwood PotterySea Scene vaseCincinnati, OH, 1897Sea Green glazed ceramicartist signed, dated, numbered14"h x 13"diaProvenance: Christie's, New YorkJordan-Volpe Gallery

Maria Longworth Nichols Storer (1849-1932) for Rookwood Potteryearthenware vase with a three-toed dragon, flying bats and fired-on gold decorationCincinnati, Ohio, circa 1880high glazed ceramicincised

Rookwood Pottery Standard Glaze Chrysanthemum Vase Decorated by Kataro Shirayamadani, 1903 Marks: (addorsed RP), III, 905BB, (katakana character mark) 13 inches (33.0 cm) HID03101062020 ©

Humler & Nolan

Jun 21, 2020

Standard glaze Rookwood Pottery tyg decorated with a pair of Native Americans from the Kiowa tribe on horseback, the image based on a photograph by F.A. Rinehart, the work of Grace Young in 1900. Mark

William E. Hentschel (1892-1962) for Rookwood Potterymonumental porcelain Mat Moderne glaze vase with stylized lotus and slip trailed geometric designs, shape number 2818Cincinnati, Ohio, 1930matte gl

Kataro Shirayamadani (1865-1948), attribution, for Rookwood Pottery, Fish vase, #S1363, Cincinnati, OH, 1898, Tiger Eye glazed and carved ceramic. electro-deposit bronze, impressed marks, 3.5"w x 8.5"

First-quarter 20th Century Shade signed: Tiffany Studios / New York / 1913; Base signed: [Rookwood monogram] / 191 A Z / AM [Albert Cyrus Munson] The aquamarine-colored Tiffany Studios leaded glas

Eliza C. Lawrence for Rookwood PotteryRare and Important Modeled Mat lampUSA, 1902glazed earthenware, patinated copper, painted metal, painted paper, linen stitching31 h × 22 dia in (79 ×

Monumental Rookwood vase made for the 1893 Colombian Expedition in Chicago. Heavy silver overlay done by Gorham Silver Co. Depiction of owl, sea shell, and serpent in silver. Exquisite detail. Attribu


May 03, 2020

Rookwood Pottery by Albert ValentienvaseCincinnati, OHglazed ceramicartist signed, numbered28"h x 11"dia

Albert R. Valentien (1862-1925) for Rookwood Pottery, Goldfish vase, #192BZ, Cincinnati, OH, 1901, Painted Matte glazed ceramic, impressed marks, 6.5"dia x 13"h. Provenance: Treadway Gallery Auction,

Kataro Shirayamadanirare banded Iris Glaze vase with white cranes flying over snowy forestRookwood PotteryUSA, 1910glazed earthenware12 h × 4.5 dia in (30 × 11 cm)Impressed signature, da

Tiffany Studios and Rookwood PotteryMushroom lampUSA, 1899-1920leaded glass, glazed earthenware, patinated bronze18.5 h × 16.25 dia in (47 × 41 cm)Lamp features a Rookwood Pottery base.Mar

Kataro Shirayamadani for Rookwood PotteryModeled Mat vase with geeseUSA, 1901glazed earthenware10.5 h × 5.5 dia in (27 × 14 cm)Impressed manufacturer's mark, date and number to und

Virginia B. Demarest for Rookwood Pottery, Lotus Blossom vase, #T1239, Cincinnati, OH, 1900, Sea Green glazed ceramic, electro-deposit bronze, impressed marks, 5"w x 5"h, Provenance: Private Cincinnat

ALBERT VALENTIENROOKWOODExceptional Iris glaze vase with orchids, 1902UncrazedLiterature: Herbert Peck, The Book of Rookwood PotteryFlame mark/787B/artist's signature14'' x 8 1/2''

Sara SaxVellum plaque (Forest and Lake with Mountains)Rookwood PotteryUSA, 1912glazed earthenware, original frame13.75 h × 8.5 w in (35 × 22 cm)Glazed signature to lower righ

Kataro Shirayamadaniexceptional Dark Iris vase with herons and cattailsRookwood PotteryUSA, 1907glazed earthenware8.25 h × 6 dia in (21 × 15 cm)Impressed signature, date and number to un

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