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A Newcomb College Art Pottery Vase, 1929, decorated by Sadie Irvine with the Tall Pine and Moon landscape design modeled in high relief, matte glaze with blue, green and yellow underglaze, base marked with Newcomb cipher, decorator's mark, Jonathan Hunt's potter's mark, reg. no. RT43 and shape no. 330, height 9 1/16 in

A Newcomb College Art Pottery Vase, decorated by Sadie Irvine, Jonathan Hunt's potter's mark

Louis Comfort Tiffany (1848-1933) - Poppy Stem Candlesticks. Patinated Bronze. New York. Circa 1902-1905. 9-7/8" x 4-7/8".

Antique - also for sale, Stickley furniture Mid-Century Modern furniture Arts & Crafts Roseville and Rookwood Pottery

The Stickley Museum at Craftsman Farms: Dining Room: Large Sideboard, Circa 1910

This National Historic Landmark is the centerpiece of Gustav Stickley’s early century country estate, known as Craftsman Farms.

Fulper Pottery Company (United States, New Jersey, Flemington, 1860 - circa 1935) Vasekraft Table Lamp, 1915-1918

Fulper Pottery Company (United States, New Jersey, Flemington, 1860 - circa Vasekraft Table Lamp,

ARTS & CRAFTS NEWLYN COPPER FISH VASE RIVETED SEAM SEA BASS

Arts & crafts newlyn copper fish vase riveted seam sea bass marked original

Vase, 1899–1910. Grueby Faience Company (American, 1894–ca. 1911). Boston, Massachusetts. Earthenware. Although Grueby pottery is traditionally known for the matte green glaze that became ubiquitous in Arts and Crafts potteries, this vase features an unusual mustard yellow glaze. At Grueby, potters crafted the pots and modelers—usually female—finished them. The design of the vase, which alternates between stylized flat leaf and thin elegant scroll, is attributed to George P. Kendrick.

Although Grueby pottery is traditionally known for the matte green glaze that became ubiquitous in Arts and Crafts potteries, this vase features an unusual mustard yellow glaze.

¤ very large and visually striking Newcomb College vase was decorated by Mary Williams Butler (1873-1937). Butler began her career at Newcomb in 1898 and received her Diploma in Art in 1901. Butler worked as a pottery decorator and in the metalwork program at Newcomb.

Newcomb College Art Pottery High Glaze Vase, decorated by Mary Williams Butler with a pattern of calla lilies in underglaze blue and blue-green

Art Nouveau Copper Jugendstil Wine Cooler, Germany C.1900

WMF Art Nouveau Jugendstil Wine Cooler, Germany, c. machine worked copper with applied cast brass handles

Rookwood Pottery, Cincinatti, Mat Glaze decorated vase by Kataro Shirayamadani, 1902.

Rookwood Pottery, Cincinatti, Mat Glaze decorated vase by Kataro Shirayamadani,

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