Very nice and uncommon piece of Rookwood Pottery from Ohio. We have a pair of translucent green almost a celadon neoclassical urns/vases that are about 16" tall. The almost look like pate sur pate as the glaze covers the white porcelain leaving lighter color over some of the raised designs.
These are stamped 1930 with the Rookwood flame mark and were designed by William McDonald. I believe these were sometimes used as lamp bases but in this case there are no drilled holes. They have a beautiful design about them and are quite heavy and magnificent. The only issues I find are the abrasions and chips to the thick glaze around the base edges as you can see in my photos.
Really nice and to have a pair would complement any room in your home or office.
Pair Rookwood Pottery 1930 Art Deco Urns William McDonald Design Garland Swags Neoclassical
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