Produced by Rocky Mountain Pottery in the 60s and 70s, this brown swirl pitcher has a green glazed interior. Originally these pieces had a pine scent but this has diminished over time and is no longer present. Measuring approximately 4 1/2 “ tall, this pitcher is petite but not short on style. In very good vintage condition showing no cracks, chips or crazing.
The firm's first pottery pieces were produced to resemble wood grain and included a pine scent. Many pottery designs were produced, but its most popular line remained the wood-grained design, along with the various colors of its hand-painted pinecone line.
It stands about 4" tall and is 3-3/4" wide at its widest point. If there is an issue. I would appreciate. that seems like a kind of extortion. I have done this. I am confident that. advise if that is your wish.
Rocky Mountain Pottery was in Colorado. Marked on bottom Romco USA but difficult to read. Wonderful mug from mid century. Part of my personal collection of Romco Pine Cone pottery. We are recently retired and dramatically downsizing.
VTG Garden Of The Gods Pottery Muticolored Vase Colorado Art Clay. Gorgeous Piece, Nicely Painted, Vibrant Colors, Inside is Clear Coated! Stamped on the bottom, has some age and wear but in overall nice shape! Stands approx. 4" tall and is around 5" in total diameter.
An example is pictured on page 26, LR, of "Collector's Encyclopedia of Colorado Pottery", Carol & Jim Carlton, 1994, Collector Books. In good condition. The fronts are are devoid of chipping, save for a tiny ding or two.
It stands about 4" tall and is 3-3/4" wide at its widest point. I would appreciate. that seems like a kind of extortion. I have done this. If there is an issue. I am confident that. advise if that is your wish.
It is marked on the bottom "ROMCO USA" in the pottery. It's marked Romco. Speckled glaze features a Pine Cone motif with dark brown accents. It is hand painted and decorated with green pine needles and brown pine cones around 2 sides.
These were very popular souvenirs in the western states in the 1950s-60s. One of these is stamped "Steamboat Springs". Two very similar vases, approx. 7 1/4" tall with a faux wood grain finish on the outside and a forest green glaze on the inside.
Beautiful center piece for almost any setting. Like we stated. We would be happy to assist you. Glass and pottery. This prevents loss, thefts and dishonesty. The card you’ll receive is the card that’s pictured.
Artist hand painted in traditional ROMCO pine cone pattern with brown splatters. Very unique piece. Mountain Pottery Snack Server, Beverage Caddy/Carrier, Chip Dish in Classic Pine Cone pattern. Handle is 9” tall.
Available here I have an Original piece of Colorado Pottery. It is stamped on the bottom SEVEN FALLS, Made in Colorado. It is the Mission Swirl Shallow 7" Bowl design in shades of Green and Brown. It is about 5.5" across the opening and 2.5" deep.
Large and rarely seen Denver White Pottery high glaze art deco vase. MINT CONDITION. No chips, cracks, damage or repair of any kind. Bottom marked with DENVER with a W in the D. Vase is 5 3/4" tall and 8 1/4" wide. NICE!.
Handcrafted by a student at the school with an applied bird, flowers and leaves, glazed in a rich, dark matte green. In good condition. Inscribed by hand "A.L.E. M.T.H.S. DENVER 1920". Free local pick up in Santa Fe.
Rare Denver Denaura Lonhuda Pottery 7 1/4" Vase. &; Examples of the Translucent glaze are rare. Signed as such on the bottom. There are 4 condition issues 2-chigger bites as pictured one on the rim and the other about 2" down from the rim.
5.5” x 8.5” softback in very good condition (cover is sun bleached). The most complete reference available on the subject, this early out-of-print book provides a scholarly survey of early 20th century art pottery produced in Denver, Colorado.
Romco Hand Painted Pottery Pot with Handle & Lid. Rocky Mountain Pottery (ROMCO) was founded by Leland B. Huston in Denver in 1953. In 1957 the pottery moved to Loveland and was managed through the 1960s by Charles C. Thornburg.