Vase, about 1900produced by Rookwood Pottery, decorated by Sarah Sax, American (1896-1931).  Stoneware with Glaze. 7 5/8 inches H; 3 1/2 inches W  Elisabeth Ball Collection, gift of the George and Frances Ball Foundation

Vase, about 1900 produced by Rookwood Pottery, decorated by Sarah Sax, American Stoneware with Glaze. 3 inches W Elisabeth Ball Collection, gift of the George and Frances Ball Foundation

Vase, 1906, The Rookwood Pottery Company (American, est. 1880), Harriet Elizabeth Wilcox (1869–1943), decorator, earthenware, Painted Mat In...

Vase, The Rookwood Pottery Company (American, est. Harriet Elizabeth Wilcox decorator, earthenware, Painted Mat In.

Artus and Anne Van Briggle.  the Beginning of the Van Briggle Pottery Colorado Springs

Artus and Anne Van Briggle - Van Briggle pottery was founded by Artus and Anne Van Briggle in 1900 in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Van Briggle began producing art pottery in 1901

Rare and important Rookwood vase, blue tinted glaze with three peacocks with elaborate feathers that surround the vase, the background band at top has an incised floral design, finely executed by Sara Sax in 1920, #2272, 8 inches wide by 12 1/4 inches high, base drilled for lamp, a fine piece of Rookwood with an unusual design. - See more at: http://www.antiquetrader.com/antiques/antiques-americana/auctions/treadway_gallery_holding_annual_decorative_arts_auction_june_7-8#sthash.nZdOultW.dpuf

Rookwood vase, blue tinted glaze with three peacocks with elaborate feathers that surround the vase, the background band at top has an incised floral design, finely executed by Sara Sax in 8 inches wide by 12 inches high.

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