Carefully curated vintage pottery and decor for you, your collection and your home.
Arts and Crafts Bronze Bowl with Lid by Carl Sorensen, Verdigris Finish, ...
Orient & Flume Art Glass Egg Paperweight, Pulled Feather & Flower Design, ...
Fulper Pottery Vase, Arts & Crafts Era, Drip Glaze, Rose Green, Circa 1920s
Roseville Pottery Peony Jardiniere, Large Size, Cottage Chic, Circa 1940s
Majolica Asparagus Plate, Vintage Art Pottery, French Country Style
Gouda Pottery Vase, Romer Design, Vintage European Art Pottery, Circa 1921,...
Vintage Nekrassoff Plate, Dish, Enamel on Copper with Beaded Border, Mid ...
Gustavsberg Argenta Vase, Turquoise with Silver Overlay, Vintage Art ...
French Pottery Vase, Vintage Art Pottery from France, Large Vase, French ...
Gouda Style Pottery Dish, Bowl, Vintage European Art Pottery, Early 20th ...
Large Roseville Pottery Orian Vase, Jardiniere, Vintage Art Pottery, Art ...
Vintage Walnut Wood Coal Scuttle with Brass Fittings, Wood Box, Vintage ...
About River House Art Pottery
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About UsI started collecting art pottery about twelve years ago. (My children were grown and I had a little extra money). Several years ago my husband and I decided to hand build a craftsman design-inspired house. That experience fueled my obsession with well-designed vintage art pottery. Our new house (the River House) "told" me that it wanted to display beautiful, vintage pottery. I soon became interested in other types of vintage home decor, particularly metalware. My collection grew as I kept finding things that were beautiful, made me smile, etc. So, now it's time to share!
I enjoy researching the history, maker and age of the pieces that I find. While some art pottery is now extremely valuable, most of it was originally created for the middle class buyer and thus was priced very affordably. The people who purchased these items simply wanted to make their home more beautiful--just like you and me.
As you can see, my shop is very personal. I only sell items that I am proud to display in my own home. I love creating displays of pottery and I'm always experimenting with new combinations of pieces. So, basically, until you buy an item from my shop, I am living with it and enjoying it every day!