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Admin23.08.2021

Collecting Rookwood Pottery & Dating Rookwood Marks

Although valuable, most Rookwood pieces will not bring anywhere close to this figure at auction.
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Admin09.07.2021

Rookwood Pottery Company

was founded in Cincinnati in 1880 by the grand-daughter of a wealthy local businessman.
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Admin13.07.2021

What's it Worth? Online Art and Antique Appraials

and his work with this potter.
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Admin17.08.2021

Rookwood Pottery

dentist and art pottery collector Arthur Townley used his life savings to purchase all of the remaining Rookwood assets.
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Admin21.06.2021

Rookwood Pottery

The building houses original Rookwood tiles as well.
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Admin06.08.2021

Rookwood Pottery Company

The minerals that comprise our glaze formulas determine the glazes final color and finish.
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Admin22.07.2021

Rookwood Pottery: A Cincinnati Treasure

Twenty-First-Century Perspectives on Nineteenth-Century Art: Essays in Honor of Gabriel P.
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Admin07.07.2021

History of Rookwood Pottery : The Early Years

Pottery as an art form blossomed during the late nineteenth-early twentieth centuries.
Admin17.07.2021

Rookwood Pottery: A Cincinnati Treasure

Photo Courtesy of Morphy Auctions The incised of mark Albert Pons also referenced as Ponds in some resources is shown here above the reverse RP logo used by Rookwood.
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Admin26.08.2021

Rookwood Pottery Artists and Marks

Ellen Browning Scripps commissioned Valentien to paint 1,000 native wildflower paintings for her private library in La Jolla shortly after he moved to the San Diego area.
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