News-Antique.com - Oct 08,2009 - This collection includes many artist-signed pieces. Rookwood pottery fans will also recognize several production pieces.
Rookwood pottery was founded in 1880 and was produced until 1967. Many themes were demonstrated on Rookwood over the years and included styles such as Victorian, art deco and art nouveau. Earlier Rookwood pottery can be distinguished by the use of flame etchings in its logos through 1900. Roman numerals were also used to date Rookwood pottery. The pottery is also identifiable by its various shapes with corresponding numbers.
This collection includes many early arts and crafts by artist Charles Todd, art deco style designs by Jens Jensen and many others. It's an ideal collection for both beginners as well as seasoned collectors. With over one hundred Rookwood pottery pieces available, enthusiasts will discover an expansive representation of this highly sought-after art.
Serious collectors are encouraged to act quickly since historically, many sales of this nature often are completed within a week of opening. "We're excited about this latest collection and are especially proud of the fact it's such an inclusive inventory. It's not always a possibility in the pottery business, but we're certain there's something in this latest collection for anyone who appreciates Rookwood", says Greg Myroth of Just Art Pottery.
Since 1997, JustArtPottery.com has sold American and European art pottery. The site has a complete listing for the 1,400+ pottery inventory and is designed for easy navigation.
JustArtPottery.com accepts consignments and purchases American and European art pottery throughout the year. For more information, please visit the website at http://www.justartpottery.com or email Greg Myroth at firstname.lastname@example.org
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