Sunday, July 25, 2010

Just Art Pottery New Arrivals

Dickmanvase Every couple of weeks, we like to take a look at the new arrivals at Just Art Pottery.  You never know what treasures await you - Roseville Pottery, Rookwood Pottery, maybe a hard to find Teco Pottery vase.  Greg and his team have once again wowed American art pottery enthusiasts with the latest inventory additions.
If you're a big fan, as I am, of Ephraim Faience Pottery, then you have to see the latest additions from this varied but always lovely line of studio pottery.  Be sure to see the Ephraim Faience Pottery Panther Vase.  This experimental piece is in mint condition with absolutely no chips, damage or repairs of any kind.  The vase is noted as an experimental piece by the "E" on the bottom. The vase also marked by Ephraim founder Kevin Hicks.  The piece is 2 ¾" in height and measures 4" in width.  It's definitely a must have for admirers of this line of pottery.
If you like the colorful and whimsical side of Ephraim Faience Pottery, the experimental Turtle Vase that was just added is going to catch your eye.  The 7 ½" vase includes two turtles, which are quite detailed, as they're making their way out of the leaf design and up the smaller neck.  It is really a lovely vase and the brown and green coloring makes it a perfect fit in any collection. It too is stamped with an "E" and "Mary Pratt"Eph1
There are also a few Kenton Hills vases available.  Both considered hard to find, notice the reds that really stand out against these white vases.  These are sure to move fast.  Finally, there are several Rookwood Pottery production pieces, most dated between 1914 and 1925 and each in mint condition.  As always, we recommend you heading over to the New Arrivals page soon, as they don't tend to keep their new arrival statuses very long.

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