Rare Rookwood Pottery 1904 Matt Green Arts & Crafts Vase - Mint


Rare Rookwood Pottery 1904 Matt Green Arts & Crafts Vase -  Mint

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Rare Rookwood Pottery 1904 Matt Green Arts & Crafts Vase - Mint:
$379


This is a rare and exceptional piece of early Rookwood Pottery from 1904 (IV) and is a wonderful example of American “Arts & Crafts” pottery. This piece has a classic dark rich matte green finish in the “Grueby” style and features an incised “Arts & Crafts” Native American design. This is a fabulous and rare piece of pottery and would make a wonderful addition to any collection. This vase is in MINT condition. There are no chips, no cracks, no repairs, and little to no crazing. The inside of this bowl is also clean and flawless. This piece is marked with the impressed Rookwood “RP” signature and Flames, Roman Numerals IV, and form #911E. This piece is 4 ½” tall and has a circumference of 14 ½”. Packaged professionally and shipped immediately via USPS Priority mail. Please let me know if I can answer any questions. Your satisfaction is my goal, so if I have missed anything or you are not pleased for any reason, you can return this for a full refund. Thank you.

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Rare Rookwood Pottery 1904 Matt Green Arts & Crafts Vase - Mint:
$379

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