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An added attraction of the early glazed pieces is that each one is unique, with slight variations of pattern. As with all pottery, the value of the individual item is largely dependent on the age, condition and rarity. Lustre glazes were produced from to in green, lilac, orange, lemon and the most desirable of all, kingfisher blue.
Vase 8″ dated Ruskin Pottery Rusk Last edited by skay on July 14th , am; edited 1 time in total (Reason for editing: typo).
Ruskin Pottery bowl Ruskin Pottery vase, silver overlay, purple glaze with green crystalline highlights, marked, , No54, 6″w x 7″h. Established over 25 years. Free Registration. Inspired by the reformist passion of figures such as William Morris and John Ruskin, the Arts and Crafts movement had a huge effect on Victorian society. Its advocates looked to history and to the countryside to counteract the damaging effects of industrial production, developing a quietly revolutionary new take on domestic design.
Global shipping available. A Ruskin Pottery high fired Vase, with an ovoid body and flared neck, decorated in a sang-de-boeuf mottled glaze, imp Nice shape and glaze, the blues run down almost as if ‘combed’, dated Around 9 inches tall. Ruskin pottery is a type of Victorian art pottery. Ruskin pottery inkwell with silver plated lid, circa Shop vintage, mid-century, modern and antique vases from the world’s best furniture dealers.
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A Ruskin Pottery vase by William Howson Taylor, dated , shouldered cylindrical form, covered in a strawberry pink lustre streaked with sky blue impressed.
A pair of Ruskin Pottery covered pots by William Howson Taylor, covered in a pale blue lustre glaze, A Ruskin scent bottle with metal mount and ivory stopper covered in a pale blue lustre glaze, a Ruskin Ginger jar and cover painted with a floral frieze and five other Ruskin Pottery lustre items, impressed Ruskin England 6cm. A Ruskin Pottery stoneware vase by William Howson Taylor, dated , shouldered cylindrical form with everted rim, covered in a deep purple lustre glaze, a Ruskin Meiping covered in an orange lustre vase and two other lustre vases, impressed Ruskin England and date 25cm.
A Ruskin Pottery stoneware vase by William Howson Taylor, dated , shouldered form with everted rim, covered in an apple green lustre glaze impressed Ruskin England and date, A Ruskin Pottery stoneware vase by William Howson Taylor, compressed form with cylindrical neck, covered in a streaked blue matt crystalline glaze, and a stand impressed Ruskin England 21cm.
A large Ruskin Pottery stoneware lamp base by William Howson Taylor, hexagonal section, covered in a graduated yellow to blue crystalline glaze, and two other Ruskin Pottery lamp bases impressed Ruskin marks, remains of paper label 28cm. A Ruskin Pottery high-fired stoneware vase by William Howson Taylor, dated , compressed form with a tapering neck, moulded in low relief with a band of flowers and foliage, covered in a pale blue curdled glaze, and a Ruskin Pottery bowl, painted with a frieze of fruiting vine impressed Ruskin Pottery and date, bowl painted scissor mark, 14cm.
A Ruskin Pottery stoneware vase by William Howson Taylor, dated , meiping form, covered in a mottled pink souffle glaze impressed Ruskin England and date 24cm. Previous page Next page. Jamm Design Ltd. Published on Feb 2, Go explore.
A Cymric silver inkwell with Ruskin pottery, for Liberty & Co
This is an early example of a vibrant Kingfisher Blue high fired vase showing the petrol like effect of this type of glaze. In keeping with the period the vase of shouldered form with a collar neck is quite thinly potted — a factor contributing to the rarity of these vases today. Impressed marks and dated as shown.
An early Ruskin Pottery Kingfisher blue vase impressed marks and dated , height 23cm. No chips, cracks or restoration. Guide Price £ + P&P.
Display results as : Posts Topics. Advanced Search. The wonder of the internet educated me to the story of this interesting Pottery and I began to look for more Ever since that date I have been looking out for more such bargains but thought it would never happen again Until 3 months ago that is when I found this vase forlorn on a local charity shop shelf , it has a hairline crack alas but it’s really tiny almost invisible , it cost 50p so I cannot complain.
The lustre wares are the least popular with collectors but at those prices they were still exceptional bargains. The link is to prices made,and they were hefty! NaomiM wrote
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ART POTTERY VASE – High Fired Art Pottery Vase by Ruskin, dated , with oxblood or sang de boeuf glaze; impress marked on base ‘Ruskin, ‘. Ruskin.
Born in Lincoln. Died in Ashprington, Devon. Edward founded the Ruskin Pottery at Smethwick, Birmingham in and William took over running the firm on his father’s death. The Ruskin Pottery was primarily known for its innovative and experimental use of glazes. The recipes were kept secret so when William died in they were lost. In the early s, the firm began making small round cabochons, which were called ‘enamels’ or ‘plaques’.
These were intended to be inserted into wood, or mounted on metal or jewellery. There are also some examples of their wares in the Victoria and Albert Museum. This record includes information submitted by Martyn Park.
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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. The silver lid is fully hallmarked for Birmingham and the silver base for , suggesting the piece crossed the assay year in July