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Rookwood vase by Ed Diers, 1919. An Ohio river valley scene in vellum glaze.

Rookwood vase by Ed Diers, An Ohio river valley scene in vellum glaze.

Rookwood Vase by Harriet Wilcox, 1898. Rare sea green glaze with a landscape scene, beautiful piece.

Rookwood Vase by Harriet Wilcox, Rare sea green glaze with a landscape scene, beautiful piece.

1925 Rookwood Venetian Harbor Scene Vellum Carl Schmidt #925D

1925 Rookwood Venetian Harbor Scene Vellum Carl Schmidt - Carl Schmidt is noted for his fine scenic landscape and marine decorations under vellum gla

An American vase painted in colored slips under glaze came from Rookwood Pottery in Cincinnati, Ohio, about 1900

An American vase painted in colored slips under glaze was made by Rookwood Pottery in Cincinnati, Ohio, in about It is in the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, England.

~Rookwood~Artist: Ed Diers~Circa 1925~Three Large Clusters Of Wisteria Descending From The Rim-Vellum Glazed Vase~

Beautifully executed Rookwood Vellum glaze vase wiyh wisteria decoration done in 1925 by Ed Diers. Three large and nicely detailed clusters of flowers descend from the rim.

Rookwood Pottery; Toohey (Sallie), Standard Glaze, Vase, Handled, Cherries, 6 inch.  Origin: Ohio.  Year: 1894.    A Rookwood pottery Standard Glaze [handled] vase decorated with cherries by Sallie Toohey in 1894. Impressed with the Rookwood logo, which discloses the date, shape 459 D and a W to indicate white clay and incised with the artist's monogram.

~Rookwood~Artist: Sallie Toohey~Circa Hanging From Boughs Encircling The Shoulder-Standard Glazed Double Handled Vase~

Outstanding Rookwood 14" Scenic Vellum Vase by Carl Schmidt, sold for $ 13,225 in 2005

Outstanding Rookwood 14" Scenic Vellum Vase by Carl Schmidt, sold for $ 13,225 in 2005

ROOKWOOD POTTERY VASE DATED 1900; 832D - Standard glaze decorated by Caroline Steinle

ROOKWOOD POTTERY 1900 VASE - Standard glaze decorated by Caroline Steinle with wild roses on bramble branch. Glaze softens from.

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