Rookwood Pottery Price Guide and Value Guide – Realised prices for sold Rookwood Pottery items from auction houses in US & UK, and ebay.
Albert R Valentien for Rookwood, A Large Pottery Vase with Decorative Overlay, 1892
the vase painted with a trailing blue flower design, with applied decorative metal
overlay by Gorham, featuring scrolling foliage, flowers and birds 47cm high
impressed Rookwood mark and ‘589 X W’, with incised artist’s monogram;
overlay stamped ‘GORHAM MFG CO.’ and ‘R 1005′
Sold for £2,750 at Bonhams, London, November, 2015.
A Rookwood Pottery vase, dated 1911, model no.1658E
tapering cylindrical form, painted with trees on a lake side landscape
in vellum colours impressed factory marks, 20cm. high
Sold for £750, October 2015 at Wolley and Wallis
A Rookwood Pottery Rushing Eagle vase 1898 Sturgis Laurence (1870-1961)
of baluster form with square foot and neck, painted with a softly illuminated
portrait of a Native American Indian Sioux chief named ‘Rushing Eagle’, against
a rich dark brown glaze 27.5cm high, impressed Rookwood mark, with incised title
artist’s signature and date
Sold for £1,550 at Bonhams, London, June, 2015.
A Rookwood silver overlaid Art Pottery Vase with leafages
croll engraving, painted berries and leaves
7 1/4in, impressed 517B over W, engraved R572, Gorham silver
Sold for £480, March 2016 at Brightwells
A Rookwood vase with mushroom motif dated 1898
made by Frederick Rothenbusch. The vase is 9″1/2 high.
Sold for $2,600 December 2016 at ebay.com
A Rookwood Pottery vase, Sara Sax, 1920, Cincinnati, OH, impressed ”RP” monogram
and flame marks over Roman numerals ”XX”, further impressed ”2372”
incised ”Sx” cypher for Sara Sax, partial Rookwood paper label to underside,
with a flaring mouth over a short neck atop a baluster-form body decorated with
mountains, blooming cherry trees and herons on a light blue ground 16.375” H x 8.75” Dia.
Sold for $4,750 December 2016 at ebay.com
Maria Longworth Nichols and Albert R. Valentien Earthenware Vase for Rookwood, 1883.
In the dull finish, decorated with a frog conducting a choir of ducks amidst Oriental
grasses, chased around the neck and foot with a fire-on-gold honeycomb motif
signed in gilt MLN, incised A.R.V. and impressed Rookwood 1883 Y 162
with the kiln and anchor mark, and with remnants of paper label.
Sold for $9,400 at Christies, New York, 2001.
A 1913 Rookwood Glazed Pottery Vase By Charles Stanley Todd.
Impressed Rookwood Mark and artists initials.
Sold for $800, August 2016 at Kodner Galleries
A Rookwood Pottery Grace Young Native American Indian vase
with impressed marks to base. Height 22 cm
Sold for £2,000 March 2016 at Mitchells
A Kataro Shirayamadani vase which currently holds the highest price for
a Rookwood piece at auction selling for $350,750
at auction at the Cincinnati Art Galleries in June 2004
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