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Rookwood Pottery, Cincinatti, Black Iris Glaze decorated vase by Kataro Shirayamadani, 1907.

A rare Rookwood pottery Black Iris scenic vase done by Kataro Shirayamadani in 1907

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Nice Rookwood vase, Standard glaze with a nicely painted pansy design, applied silver overlay with impressed Gorham Mfg. in silver on foot, executed by Josephine Zettel in x

Rookwood Pottery 1939 High Glaze Green Art Deco Handled Vase 2615E

Rookwood Pottery 1939 High Glaze Green Art Deco Handled Vase 2615E

Rookwood Pottery; Toohey (Sallie), Standard Glaze, Vase, Handled, Cherries, 6 inch.  Origin: Ohio.  Year: 1894.    A Rookwood pottery Standard Glaze [handled] vase decorated with cherries by Sallie Toohey in 1894. Impressed with the Rookwood logo, which discloses the date, shape 459 D and a W to indicate white clay and incised with the artist's monogram.

~Rookwood~Artist: Sallie Toohey~Circa Hanging From Boughs Encircling The Shoulder-Standard Glazed Double Handled Vase~

Art nouveau

A stunning Loetz and Osiris art nouveau vase The Loetz glass with peacock feather decoration in petrol blue on a purple iridescent ground. Set in a mount of cast gilt metal of art nouveau design with four handles.

Tiffany | Gold vase.  Often called a paperweight vase, due to the shape and weight as well

by Louis Comfort Tiffany American - Often called a paperweight vase due to the shape and weight of the piece.