Early and striking dull glaze1883 Rookwood Pottery good sized bulbous kerosene oil lamp decorated with butterflies and swaying grasses around the entire perimeter of the lamp. Wonderful artwork with great colors. MINT CONDITION. No chips, cracks, damage or repair of any kind. The bottom marked Rookwood 1883, anchor logo, ARV for Albert Valentien, and 225. Pottery portion is 8 1/2" tall and 8" wide. Total height with chimney is 24" tall. RARE FIND and ESTATE FRESH!
Roseville Pottery Ferella Tan Factory Lamp
Rare and attractive Roseville Pottery Ferella factory lamp. EXCELLENT CONDITION. Restoration to top of handles. No other chips, cracks, damage or repair of any kind. Crazing. Pottery portion is 10 1/4" tall and 6 1/4" wide. Height to the top of the final is 21 1/2" tall.
Roseville Pottery Metallic Black Art Deco Floral Factory Lamp Vase
Rare and magnificent Roseville Pottery art deco floral motif factory lamp vase covered in superior metallic black ground with colorful floral motif. CLEAN and MINT CONDITION. No chips, cracks, damage, or repair of any kind. Lamp vase is 8 1/4" tall and 8" wide.
Cowan Pottery Pair Of Orange Luster Lamp Bases Shape 594A
Vintage pair of art deco Cowan Pottery twisted lamp base in a good orange lustre glaze. MINT CONDITION. No chips, cracks, damage or repair of any kind. Bottoms marked with logo. Lamp bases are 7 3/4" tall and 4 3/4" wide. You could possibly use these for candle holders.
Thomas Gotham California Pottery 1920s Green Crystalline Glaze Lamp Base
Large, very rare and exceptional Thomas Gotham California arts and crafts crystalline pottery lamp vase. Great form with superior color and glaze. EXCELLENT CONDITION. There is a harmless, non showing chip to the rim that entirely non-showing under the lamp hardware. No other chips, cracks, damage or repair of any kind. Bottom is marked with logo and original paper label. Pottery portion is 11" tall and 8 1/2" wide. Total height to the top of the finial is 23 1/4" tall. The shape was designed by Gotham and the crystalline glaze formulation and actual glazing was executed by him while working at West Coast Porcelain Manufacturers of Millbrae, California (where 'California Porcelain' designed by Bragdon and Thomas of 'California Faience' was made).