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"By the pricking of my thumbs, something wicked this way comes." Plaster wall relief commissioned for a Cincinnati gentleman's club, illustrating Macbeth as he approaches three witches at their cauldron. (Act IV, Scene I). by William Purcell McDonald & John Dee Wareham at Rookwood Pottery. American, c. 1901.

Available for sale from Jason Jacques Gallery, Rookwood Pottery, Something Wicked Panel Powdered pigments on cast plaster, 38 × 26 in

Example of Rookwood tile from the old Gidding-Jenny Department Store on 4th Street

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The former Gidding-Jenny Department Store on Fourth St. in downtown Cincinnati offers a fine example of Rookwood Pottery. The 1907 facade, restored five years ago, is now part of TJ Maxx.

Rookwood Fireplace Detail by Fleur-de-louis, via Flickr

Rookwood Fireplace Detail by Fleur-de-louis, via Flickr

Rookwood plaque, vellum glaze landscape by Mary Grace Denzler.

Rookwood plaque, vellum glaze landscape by Mary Grace Denzler

Rookwood Pottery Rook Tile. Arts and Crafts Movement. www.treadwaygallery.com

Good Rookwood Faience tile, wonderful design of a rook silhouetted against a large colorful poppy, all covered in a matte glaze, design attributed to Sallie Toohey, marked

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