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There are lots that match your search criteria. Subscribe now to get instant access to the full price guide service. A large studio pottery vase with Ruskin style glaze together with an antique stoneware storage jar. Ruskin Pottery - A lavender lustre shallow footed dish decorated in a mottled glaze, impressed mark, diameter 15cm. Ruskin Pottery - An early 20th Century egg shell bowl of footed circular form, decorated with tonal pink and lavender glaze with ochre lustre hue, impressed marks, diameter Ruskin Pottery - An early 20th Century lily vase of footed trumpet form decorated in a tonal blue crystalline glaze, impressed marks, height 15cm.

Ruskin Pottery - A small early 20th Century small box of circular form with a shallow knopped cover, decorated in a mottled tonal blue crystalline glaze, impressed marks, height 4cm. Ruskin Pottery - A large twin handled high fired vase decorated with an all over flambe and tonal lavender glaze with copper green spotting and dove grey patches, impressed mark, height 39cm. Ruskin Pottery - A high fired Mei Ping vase decorated with a sang de boeuf glaze with lavender and darker grey patches, impressed mark and dated , height 27cm.

Ruskin Pottery - A candlestick decorated in an all over Strawberry Crush souffle glaze with mottled patches and a curtain to the sconce, impressed oval West Smethwick mark, dated , height Ruskin Pottery - A small high fired vase of barrel form with a roll rim neck, the whole decorated in a sang de boeuf glaze with copper green and lavender spotting, impressed mark and dated , height 10cm.

Ruskin Pottery - A small high fired vase of globe and flared shaft form decorated in a sang de boeuf glaze with lavender mottling, impressed marks and dated , height 10cm. Ruskin Pottery - A small high fired pot pourri and domed cover decorated in a sang de boeuf glaze with dove grey mottling to the upper half and a flambe red with lavender patches to the lower half, the shoulder with four pierced flower heads, impressed mark and dated , height 9cm. Ruskin Pottery - A miniature high fired vase of globe and shaft form decorated in an all over mottled tonal purple and green glaze with copper green spotting, unmarked, height 7.

Ruskin Pottery - A high fired vase of rolling pin form decorated in a celadon green with a lavender sweeping curtain with copper green spotting and sang de boeuf patches and pooling, impressed mark and dated , height 21cm, restored. Ruskin Pottery - A small high fired vase of globe and flared shaft form decorated with lavender and red patches over the dove grey ground, impressed mark and dated , height 15cm. Ruskin Pottery - A high fired flower jug decorated in an all over sang de boeuf glaze with a sweeping curtain showing the dove grey body beneath with darker veining, impressed mark and dated , height 23cm.

Ruskin Pottery - A small high fired pagoda topped scent bottle of tapering cylindrical form decorated in a sang de boeuf glaze with copper green spotting and lavender patches over the dove grey ground, impressed mark, height 12cm, restored and with replacement cover. Ruskin Pottery - A small high fired pagoda topped scent bottle of tapering cylindrical form decorated in a sang de boeuf glaze with copper green spotting and lavender patches, impressed mark, height Ruskin Pottery - A small vase of compressed form with a cylinder neck, the whole in matte black with hand painted silver foliate decoration, impressed mark and dated , height 16cmThis vase is illustrated on page 95 of Ruskin Pottery by Paul Atterbury and John Henson.

Ruskin Pottery - A high fired lily vase decorated in a sang de boeuf and lavender glaze with glaze pooling to the foot rim, impressed mark and dated , painted glaze code E16 to the base, height Ruskin Pottery - A small high fired pot pourri and domed cover decorated in a dark green speckled glaze with lavender and dove grey patches beneath, the shoulder with four pierced flower heads, impressed mark and dated , height 9cm. Ruskin Pottery - A miniature high fired vase of tapering barrel form with a squat collar neck, the whole decorated in a red glaze with a patch of dark grey veining, impressed WHT monogram, height 5.

Ruskin Pottery - A high fired 'Elephants Foot' vase decorated in a sang de boeuf glaze with deep lavender streaks and copper green spotting, impressed West Smethwick mark and dated , height 20cm, restoredProvenance - Sotheby's lot from the Albert E. Ruskin Pottery - A high fired vase of shouldered form with a flared neck decorated in an all over speckled dark green with deep red and purple fissuring, impressed oval West Smethwick mark and dated circa , also impressed , height 20cm.

Ruskin Pottery - A high fired high sided bowl decorated in a sang de boeuf glaze, the interior with green and purple glaze pooling, impressed mark and dated circa , diameter Ruskin Pottery - A small high fired vase of barrel form with a roll rim neck decorated with a dove grey upper half with pale blue tints leading to a deep red lower half with copper green spotting, black cherry patches and lavender streaking, impressed mark and dated , height 11cm.

Ruskin Pottery - A large high fired vase of swollen form decorated in a flambe glaze against the white ground with all over copper green spotting, impressed mark and dated , height 31cm. Ruskin Pottery - A large souffle glaze vase of high shouldered form decorated in an all over mottled dark blue with a painted band of grapes and foliage to the shoulder, the inside of the neck glazed in purple, impressed WHT monogram alongside painted scissor mark, height 44cm.

Ruskin Pottery - A crystalline vase of swollen ovoid form with tall collar neck decorated in a streaked and mottled tonal tan, ochre and blue glaze with crystalline flecks, impressed mark and dated for , height 20cm. Ruskin Pottery - A crystalline glaze stand of square form raised to four scroll feet, the whole decorated in a tonal blue, impressed mark, 16cm sq, stand diameter Ruskin Pottery - A crystalline vase of swollen ovoid form with tall collar neck decorated in a streaked and mottled blue to yellow to orange glaze, impressed mark and dated , incised Howson-Taylor, height 22cm.

Ruskin Pottery - A crystalline glaze vase of tapered footed form decorated in a blue to orange to mottled green glaze, impressed mark and dated , height 23cmThis vase is illustrated on page of Ruskin Pottery by Paul Atterbury and John Henson. Ruskin Pottery - A crystalline vase of swollen ovoid form with tall collar neck decorated in a marbled tonal yellow and green matte glaze, impressed mark and dated , height 21cmThis vase is illustrated on page of Ruskin Pottery by Paul Atterbury and John Henson.

Ruskin Pottery - A crystalline glaze high sided bowl on stand, the footed bowl decorated in a mottled dark green glaze with a tonal purple band to the rim, the outer rim of the bowl with six small moulded flower heads, impressed mark, diameter Ruskin Pottery - Three pieces of crystalline glaze comprising a hexagonal vase decorated in a streaked green, orange and blue, height Ruskin Pottery - Five assorted roundels mounted as brooches of varying form, each decorated with mottled purple and blue souffle glazes, each on carded backs 5.

Ruskin Pottery - Five assorted roundels mounted as brooches of varying form, each decorated with mottled blue and purple souffle glazes, each on carded backs 5. Ruskin Pottery - Five assorted roundels mounted as brooches of varying form, each decorated with mottled blue, green and purple souffle glazes, each on carded backs 5. Ruskin Pottery - Four assorted roundels mounted as brooches of varying form, each decorated with mottled blue, green and purple souffle glazes, each on carded backs 4.

A Ruskin pottery orange lustre vase impressed 'Ruskin, England, to base' Ruskin pottery vase with impressed mark to the base, 11cm high. Good overall condition. There are a couple of misfiring marks. A box of assorted jewellery, to include two Ruskin style brooches with central pottery roundesl, an Edwradian Czech multi-stone buckle, A Czech style amber stone necklace, a mosaic heart brooch, seven 's glass necklaces etc parcel. A Ruskin mottled pottery vase, of inverted baluster form with spreading foot, decorated in blue and brown, impressed mark to base 'Ruskin England', approx.

An early 20thC Ruskin pottery vase, in blue splash glazes, impressed marks beneath, 12cm high, a Burley Studio pottery handkerchief vase and a further studio vase decorated with leaves. Maw George. A Monograph of the Genus Crocus, , half-title, double-page coloured map, eighty-one hand-coloured lithograph plates plate 17 was never published , double-page tables, letterpress vignette illustrations, some general light toning and occasional marks, marbled endpapers with front free endpaper detached and frayed to edges, later cloth hinges, all edges gilt, contemporary green morocco gilt, extremities slightly rubbed, large 4to Nissen Considered the finest work ever published on the Genus Crocus.

George Maw was a polymath whose occupations included chemistry, geology, botany, archaeology, watercolour painting and gardening. He was a manufacturer of caustic and other tiles which were exported all over the world. Maw and Company also produced art pottery, employing well-known designers such as Walter Crane. Maw was an experienced plant-hunter and accompanied Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker on a plant-hunting exhibition to Morocco and the Atlas Mountains in He became an expert on the Crocus and illustrated his monograph - the result of ten years toil - with his own watercolours, of which John Ruskin wrote that they were "most exquisite A Ruskin pottery high fired tablet, of ovoid shape, glazed in swirling greens and blues, impressed marks "Ruskin England", 6cm x 13cm.

A large Ruskin Pottery vase decorated in an all over pale orange lustre with a sweeping curtain to the middle, impressed mark and dated , height 31cm. A Ruskin-style green glaze pottery vase rim chips and other chips to body and base etc. An Indian silver coloured metal plaque, embossed with elephants, lions, horses, birds, etc, unmarked; a Ruskin pottery pendant necklace, silver frame and mount 2.

A Ruskin pottery vase of globular form with flared neck, mottled blue iridescent glaze, impressed N, 21cm high. A Ruskin pottery yellow lustre vase with flared rim height 7. Cookies help us deliver our services. By using our services, you agree to our use of cookies. Accept Cookies Learn More. Home Price Guide Results. Suggested searches. Refine your search Exact phrase. Include plurals. Only lots with images. All available years. Select year range. Minumum Estimate Maximum Estimate Cancel Search.

Click here to subscribe. Lots per page 60 No Image. A large studio pottery vase with Ruskin style glaze together with an antique stoneware storage jar More details. Fieldings Auctioneers. Ruskin Pottery - A lavender lustre shallow footed dish decorated in a mottled glaze, impressed mark, diameter 15cm More details. More details. Ruskin Pottery - A large twin handled high fired vase decorated with an all over flambe and tonal lavender glaze with copper green spotting and dove grey patches, impressed mark, height 39cm More details.

Ruskin Pottery - A high fired Mei Ping vase decorated with a sang de boeuf glaze with lavender and darker grey patches, impressed mark and dated , height 27cm More details. Ruskin Pottery - A small high fired vase of barrel form with a roll rim neck, the whole decorated in a sang de boeuf glaze with copper green and lavender spotting, impressed mark and dated , height 10cm More details. Ruskin Pottery - A small high fired vase of globe and flared shaft form decorated in a sang de boeuf glaze with lavender mottling, impressed marks and dated , height 10cm More details.

Ruskin Pottery - A small high fired pot pourri and domed cover decorated in a sang de boeuf glaze with dove grey mottling to the upper half and a flambe red with lavender patches to the lower half, the shoulder with four pierced flower heads, impressed mark and dated , height 9cm More details. Ruskin Pottery - A high fired vase of rolling pin form decorated in a celadon green with a lavender sweeping curtain with copper green spotting and sang de boeuf patches and pooling, impressed mark and dated , height 21cm, restored More details.

Ruskin Pottery - A small high fired vase of globe and flared shaft form decorated with lavender and red patches over the dove grey ground, impressed mark and dated , height 15cm More details. Ruskin Pottery - A high fired flower jug decorated in an all over sang de boeuf glaze with a sweeping curtain showing the dove grey body beneath with darker veining, impressed mark and dated , height 23cm More details.

Ruskin Pottery - A small vase of compressed form with a cylinder neck, the whole in matte black with hand painted silver foliate decoration, impressed mark and dated , height 16cmThis vase is illustrated on page 95 of Ruskin Pottery by Paul Atterbury and John Henson More details. Ruskin Pottery - A small high fired pot pourri and domed cover decorated in a dark green speckled glaze with lavender and dove grey patches beneath, the shoulder with four pierced flower heads, impressed mark and dated , height 9cm More details.

Ruskin Pottery - A high fired vase of shouldered form with a flared neck decorated in an all over speckled dark green with deep red and purple fissuring, impressed oval West Smethwick mark and dated circa , also impressed , height 20cm More details. Ruskin Pottery - A small high fired vase of barrel form with a roll rim neck decorated with a dove grey upper half with pale blue tints leading to a deep red lower half with copper green spotting, black cherry patches and lavender streaking, impressed mark and dated , height 11cm More details.

Ruskin Pottery - A large high fired vase of swollen form decorated in a flambe glaze against the white ground with all over copper green spotting, impressed mark and dated , height 31cm More details. Ruskin Pottery - A large souffle glaze vase of high shouldered form decorated in an all over mottled dark blue with a painted band of grapes and foliage to the shoulder, the inside of the neck glazed in purple, impressed WHT monogram alongside painted scissor mark, height 44cm More details.

Ruskin Pottery - A crystalline vase of swollen ovoid form with tall collar neck decorated in a streaked and mottled tonal tan, ochre and blue glaze with crystalline flecks, impressed mark and dated for , height 20cm More details. Ruskin Pottery - A crystalline vase of swollen ovoid form with tall collar neck decorated in a streaked and mottled blue to yellow to orange glaze, impressed mark and dated , incised Howson-Taylor, height 22cm More details. Ruskin Pottery - A crystalline glaze vase of tapered footed form decorated in a blue to orange to mottled green glaze, impressed mark and dated , height 23cmThis vase is illustrated on page of Ruskin Pottery by Paul Atterbury and John Henson More details.

Ruskin Pottery - A crystalline vase of swollen ovoid form with tall collar neck decorated in a marbled tonal yellow and green matte glaze, impressed mark and dated , height 21cmThis vase is illustrated on page of Ruskin Pottery by Paul Atterbury and John Henson More details.

Sale Date: June 13, Auction Closed. Ruskin Pottery Lustre Glazed Ceramic Vase, Ruskin Pottery. Ruskin Pottery Lustre Glazed Ceramic Vase, One such pottery was Ruskin, which was Henson note in their book, Ruskin Pottery,. 'much, or appear dated and unfashionable when.

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It was named after the artist, writer and social thinker John Ruskin , as the Taylors agreed with, and followed the tenets of Ruskin. The pottery was situated at Oldbury Road, Smethwick , then in Staffordshire now part of Sandwell , in the West Midlands county.

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William Howson Taylor Ruskin Pottery Vase - Dated 1931

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This is an early example of a vibrant Kingfisher Blue high fired vase showing the petrol like effect of this type of glaze.

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Ruskin Pottery

Vase of buff-coloured stoneware with long cylindrical neck and with streaked blue and green glaze, designed by William Howson Taylor, made by Ruskin Pottery, West Smethwick, ca. Atterbury, Paul and Henson, John. Ruskin Pottery. Baxendale Press, Please confirm you are using these images within the following terms and conditions , by acknowledging each of the following key points:. Non commercial use only. Maximum copies, or 5 years digital use. No book jacket, or homepage lead image use. Please let us know how you intend to use the images you will be downloading. More search options. All records Only records with images Best quality records including image and detailed description.

A Liberty & Co Cymric silver tea caddy with Ruskin pottery body, attributed to Oliver Baker

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Both innovators and leaders in arts and crafts design in their respective areas. It incorporates a silver mounted large souffle glazed Ruskin honey pot including original lid, model 38 with an enamelled silver lid set with fire opals and a central turquoise. The Ruskin pot is one of the earliest pieces of Ruskin pottery known, dating from before The souffle glaze pre dates Ruskins invention of his better know high fired flambe glaze. In its day this would have been a rare and experimental pot which Liberty embellished. The silver design is almost certainly by Oliver Baker.

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