Have you got an antiques.co.uk seller account?

Login forgotten password
search now
    Antiques Trade Talks with Iain Brunt
    Antiques You Tube Account

    Find Us On Facebook

    Instagram



    large ruskin pottery high lustre art vase 1918

    Antique Large Ruskin Pottery High Lustre Art Vase 1918
    • Antique Large Ruskin Pottery High Lustre Art Vase 1918
    • Antique Large Ruskin Pottery High Lustre Art Vase 1918
    • Antique Large Ruskin Pottery High Lustre Art Vase 1918
    • Antique Large Ruskin Pottery High Lustre Art Vase 1918
    • Antique Large Ruskin Pottery High Lustre Art Vase 1918

    antique ethos

    Enquire about this antique

    Antique Ethos has 184 antiques for sale.
    click here to see them all

    Most gorgeously coloured large lustre-glaze art vase from the Ruskin Pottery 1918. The vase is of high shouldered form with roll rim neck. Decorated in an all over deep lilac lustre glaze producing a most stunning range of colours in different light angles (with apologies for my poor efforts in capturing this!). Impressed marks for Ruskin and dated 1918. The vase measures 25 cm in height and 15 cm across its shoulder.
    The vase is in excellent original condition with no chips, cracks or crazing. Please see images as these form an important part of the description.

     
    Edward R. Taylor (the first Principal of both the Lincoln School of Art and the Birmingham School of Art) founded Ruskin Pottery in 1898 – placing his son, William Howson Taylor (formally a student at the Birmingham School of Art) as manager. They named the pottery after the artist, writer and social thinker John Ruskin; whose principles about beauty and quality they believed in. The pottery experimented with glazes, producing innovative designs across a range of items, from vases and bowls to jewellery and buttons. Ruskin Pottery was exhibited both in the UK and abroad at international fine art exhibitions – achieving "grand prize" in 1904 at the St Louis International Exhibition, giving them the recognition they needed. Further awards were gained at other international exhibitions, including Milan 1906; Christchurch, New Zealand, 1907; London 1908; Brussels 1910; Turin 1911; and Ghent 1913. When the studio closed in 1935 the formulae for the glazes and all the pottery documentation were deliberately destroyed, so that the unique Ruskin products could never be replicated.

    Materials:
    Ceramic
    Height (cm):
    25
    Price: £590.00

    Please note that this price may NOT include delivery charges which the seller may charge extra for.

    Anyvan
    JGM Shipping

    Antique Ethos

    We specialise in antique furniture, clocks and decorative antiques from Georgian and Victorian through to the Art Nouveau and Art Deco periods. Visit us at www.antique-ethos.co.uk or www.antique-ethos.com to see our full range of stock. If you are interested in any of our pieces listed here - please contact us on Antiques@antique-ethos.co.uk or via the 'Contact Us' page on our website.

    Contact details

    Antique Ethos
    Green Lane
    Burnhope
    Durham
    County Durham
    DH7 0DS
    UNITED KINGDOM
    T: 07841679518
    E: antiques@antique-ethos.com
    W: www.antique-ethos.co.uk

    antique ethos

    To enquire about this antique simply fill in the form below and we'll send your enquiry on to antique ethos

    Antique Ethos has 184 antiques for sale.
    click here to see them all

    Subscribe to our Newsletter!

    Keep up to date with all the happenings in the antiques world, delivered straight into your inbox with our regular newsletter!

    We won't sell or use your email address for anything except sending you our newsletter. For more information on our privacy policy, please click here.