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Grueby Faience Company - Vase. Matte Glazed Pottery. Boston, Massachusetts. Circa 1900. 9-1/2" x 5-1/2".

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Vase, 1899–1910. Grueby Faience Company (American, 1894–ca. 1911). Boston, Massachusetts. Earthenware. Although Grueby pottery is traditionally known for the matte green glaze that became ubiquitous in Arts and Crafts potteries, this vase features an unusual mustard yellow glaze. At Grueby, potters crafted the pots and modelers—usually female—finished them. The design of the vase, which alternates between stylized flat leaf and thin elegant scroll, is attributed to George P. Kendrick.

Although Grueby pottery is traditionally known for the matte green glaze that became ubiquitous in Arts and Crafts potteries, this vase features an unusual mustard yellow glaze.

Vase, 1899–1910  Grueby Faience Company (American, 1894–ca. 1911)  Boston, Massachusetts  Earthenware      Source: Grueby Faience Company: Vase (69.91.2) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Vase, Grueby Faience Company (American, Boston, Massachusetts Earthenware Source: Grueby Faience Company: The Metropolitan Museum of Art

c.1900 | Grueby Pottery Boston | Wilhelmina Post | Matte Green Glaze |  7 long leaves and 7 short leaves | arts & crafts | 11.5 inches by 8 inches

Rare Grueby Pottery Boston matte Green leaf decorated vase arts & crafts,11"

c.1900 | Grueby Pottery Boston | Wilhelmina Post | Matte Green Glaze | 7 long leaves and 7 short leaves | arts & crafts | 11.5 inches by 8 inches

Vase Date: 1900–1910 Geography: New England, Boston, Massachusetts, United States Culture: American Medium: Earthenware

Vase Date: Geography: New England, Boston, Massachusetts, United States Culture: American Medium: Earthenware

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¤ Rare Grueby vase, nice broad form with carved and applied leaves and buds, covered in a very unusual light blue suspended matte glaze, marked,

GRUEBY: Gourd-shaped vase with tooled and applied full-height ribbed leaves, covered in a superior feathered matte green glaze. Extremely rare.

Grueby gourd-shaped vase with tooled and applied full-height ribbed leaves, covered in a superior feathered matte green glaze. (Extremely rare, one of Grueby's most important forms.

Daisy vase Author: Ruth Erickson for Grueby Faience Company Date: ca. 1904-08 Medium: Glazed earthenware

Daisy vase Author: Ruth Erickson for Grueby Faience CompanyDate: ca. Glazed earthenware The Grueby Faience Company, founded i.

VAN BRIGGLE Vase in matte green glaze with stylized flowers, Colorado Springs, 1907 Marked AA/ VAN BRIGGLE/ Colo. Spgs/548/1907

Van Briggle Pottery vase in matte green glaze with stylized flowers, Colorado Springs, 1907 Marked AA/ VAN BRIGGLE/ Colo.

pottery & porcelain, Louisiana, A Newcomb College art pottery matte glaze vase, circa 1940, decorated by Henrietta Bailey with a relief-carv...

pottery porcelain, Louisiana, A Newcomb College art pottery matte glaze vase, circa decorated by Henrietta Bailey with a relief-carv.

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