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ROOKWOOD POTTERY 6 3/4" DIP DRIP GLAZE with ICE BLUE COLOR PORCELAIN #6644 VASE
ROOKWOOD-POTTERY-6-3-4-DIP-DRIP-GLAZE-with-ICE-BLUE-COLOR-PORCELAIN-6644-VASE
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Fort Mitchell, Kentucky, United States

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Maker: ROOKWOOD POTTERY Mold Number: # 6644
Location Made: CINCINNATI, OH Size:: 6 3/4" TALL
LiNE/ Pattern/Function: DIP DRIP GLOSSY GLAZE Period: CIRCA 1949
Colour: ICE BLUE over GRAY Vase Body: PORCELAIN

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ROOKWOOD POTTERY 6 3/4" DIP DRIP GLAZE with ICE BLUE COLOR PORCELAIN #6644 VASE 

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We offer for sale to Arts and Crafts, Art Nouveau and Rookwood pottery lovers a very special and unique Rookwood  6 3/4" DIP DRIP GLAZE with ICE BLUE COLOR PORCELAIN #6644 VASE, Circa 1949.

Offered with NO BIDDER PREMIUMS.

Lay-A-Ways AVAILABLE !

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This ICE BLUE or TURQUOISE DIP DRIP  6 3/4" Vase shows a high degree of depth and range of color! This porcelain vase provides a dripping ice blue turquoise color flowing over a multi colored gray background around the entire porcelain body of the vase.  The creative uses of glazes establish the interesting decoration by the expert glazer on this 6 3/4" porcelain vase.  The overall vase design is truly wonderful  work of art by this Rookwood glaze artist !  This piece is 6 3/4" tall by 3 3/4" wide  at the widest point. The base is marked with "6644 E", the Rookwood symbol along with the numeral "XLIX" or 1949.   Please see the above pictures to view this fine vase along with the base markings, and the Rookwood mark. The  vase has  no chips, no fleabites, no hairlines, no cracks, and in wonderful original condition. Please plan to add $13.95 for double box shipping in the USA. Please do not pay until you are invoiced after the auction ends.

All items purchased come with our complete satisfaction guarantee. If you are unhappy with your purchase for any reason, just contact us within 3 calendar days of receiving the item. In order to receive a refund, the item must be returned in the SAME condition it was received. Returned items must be received by us within 10 days of the original receipt of purchase.

In the unlikely event damage or repair was missed on an item, all shipping charges will be included in your refund. Shipping charges are not refundable on pieces returned for crazing and other minor factory flaws such as surface scratches, glaze skips, grinding marks, kiln flaws, and stilt pulls. If any such factory conditions exist, and in our opinion are objectionable, they will benoted in the item description.

The Rookwood Pottery Company, started in 1880, developed a number of artistic vase treatments including the "standard glaze," a deep gold, red and orange over dark brown fired in such a way as to effect a very high-gloss finish, often in leaf or flower motifs. A series of portraits - often of generic American Indian characters or certain historical figures – was also produced using these particular glazes. Next was the "matte glaze," a flat but textured glaze developed by Artus Van Briggle, often painted on soft colored clay, which used "sea green" for aquatic and floral motifs. This pale blue-green glaze was usually applied over a soft yellow, bluish or red base. Another common Rookwood style early period was the "vellum" glaze, usually a matte light blue, put on top of a very lightly-colored clay. This was most often used for landscape scenes. Many popular decorating techniques that came out through the the Rookwood factory included the "iris" glaze, a high-gloss white over pinks, blues, and yellows and usually used for floral motifs, and the less-common but very collectible "tiger eye" which left gold streaks from ingredients in the glaze.

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