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

Vase, The Rookwood Pottery Company (American, est. Harriet Elizabeth Wilcox decorator, earthenware, Painted Mat In.

Rare and important Rookwood vase, blue tinted glaze with three peacocks with elaborate feathers that surround the vase, the background band at top has an incised floral design, finely executed by Sara Sax in 1920, #2272, 8 inches wide by 12 1/4 inches high, base drilled for lamp, a fine piece of Rookwood with an unusual design. - See more at: http://www.antiquetrader.com/antiques/antiques-americana/auctions/treadway_gallery_holding_annual_decorative_arts_auction_june_7-8#sthash.nZdOultW.dpuf

Rookwood vase, blue tinted glaze with three peacocks with elaborate feathers that surround the vase, the background band at top has an incised floral design, finely executed by Sara Sax in 8 inches wide by 12 inches high.

A beautiful grouping of birds from Rookwood Tiles

A raven tile as well, (well, he is NOT alone) but he is gorgeous just the same

Antique Pottery Inkwell, Rookwood http://www.ebay.com/itm/Signed-Rookwood-Matte-Green-inkwell-complete-w-insert-art-pottery-antique-/201942660049

Signed Rookwood Matte Green inkwell complete w/ insert art pottery antique

The Whitman Rook Tiles are historical molds shown in our 1912 catalog - ceramic tiles - Rookwood Pottery - Cincinnati, Ohio

The Whitman Rook Tiles are historical molds shown in the 1912 catalog that Rookwood continues to produce. These tiles have imagery of rook birds with a lattice background. They were historically r

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