Find Current Values for your Antiques! Spode; Copeland, Pitcher, Chicago Fire, Blue & White, 8 inch. A Chicago Fire pitcher by Copeland, Spode, designed by Frank E. Burley, marked No. 76. Follow Van Briggle Porcelain & Pottery | Ruby Lane ... Set of 8 Tumblers and Matching Pitcher From Van Briggle Art Pottery Studios Colorado Springs ... 1950's Anna ...
There are many variables affecting the price you can get for your prized piece of Van Briggle pottery. These variables include: The overall condition of your piece (mint perfect versus repaired or chipped) The rarity of your particular item (this is the law of supply and demand at work with rare items commanding much higher prices) Fabulous 11 1/2 cobalt blue pitcher and four 6 3/8 tumblers signed Anna Van Briggle, all in excellent condition and problem free! Several different signatures on the bottoms of the pieces. Thanks fo Sep 08, 2018 · Hi, I have a figurine of a sitting cat, approx 15 " tall, dark blue with light blue glazing on ears and tail., it is signed Anna Van Briggle, has the igloo shaped AA and also has what appears to say Folo slage, unsure of the last two words, any ideas as to whether this could be real? Very nice shape, but has a very small chip in its R ear Fan Shape Vase-Signed as Anna Van 3.5" Tall x 2"Deep x 4" Wide........... Tri-Side Handle Pitcher 4-1/4" Tall No DamagePre-owned - in very good condition. No chips or cracks For Pre-owned Glass and Crystal Only **** may have light scuffs/scratches noticed-only if held up to the light and turned just right.
van briggle pottery 4 1/4'' brown cabinet vase mint condition van briggle pottery: $90.00. briggle 4 pottery van 1/4'' condition vase cabinet brown mint mint brown cabinet briggle 1/4'' condition 4 vase van pottery Van Briggle Art Pottery Vase Bird Of Paradise Signed A For Anna Matte Turquoise Aqua Blue by AntiquesAndTeacups on Etsy Antique Van Briggle Art Pottery Vase Bird Of Paradise Signed A For Anna My parents lived in Denver for a while in the and I have two pieces like this from them.
Van Briggle Art Pottery. Van Briggle Pottery opened its doors in 1901 in Colorado Springs and closed them in 2012. During their 111-year run, they produced a variety of vases, pottery, and other items in what is known as the art nouveau style. Their art pottery has a lengthy history and is available in many different styles and colors. Van Briggle flower frog, light and dark brown pottery. Signed Anna Van Briggle and Colo, mid-20th century. The base is open indicating it is meant to hold flowers within another container. It will not hold water itself. Measures about 3 3/4 inches high by 6 1/2 inches by 2 inches. Very good condition. Van Briggle Pottery was founded in Colorado Springs in 1901 by a husband-and-wife team (well, not technically, since Artus and Anne didn’t marry until 1902) who had been decorators for Rookwood Pottery of Cincinnati. The most prized Van Briggle pieces are pre-1910, with “AA” (for Artus and Anne) incised on their bottoms.
The work of brothers Wallace and Cornwall Kirkpatrick in Anna, Illinois--sold under their moniker, "Anna Pottery"--is essentially unparalleled in American stoneware. Visionaries who created masterpieces of American folk art, the Kirkpatricks are famous for wild creations that often comment on the perceived dangers of alcohol consumption--their ...
The Van Briggle Pottery Company built its success on soft dull (matte) glazes. After Artus died in 1904, the business was taken over by his wife Anna and was renamed the Van Briggle Company. The business was reorganized again in 1910 as Van Briggle Pottery and Tile Company. Anna's involvement ended about 1912. Various managers and owners ran ... Van Briggle Pottery from 1907 to 1912. Van Briggle Pottery produced between the later part of 1907 through 1912 is typically marked Van Briggle, Colo Spgs (or Colorado Springs), as well as finisher numbers to either or both the left and right of the double A logo and the design number below Colo Spgs. A rare Morris & Willmore Columbian Art Pottery whiteware Toby jug/pitcher depicting William McKinley as Napoleon Bonaparte, decorated by Alfred B. Evans, Philadelphia, circa 1895; image credit on full record.
Classically mid century modern with a slender neck and bulbous base, this ewer style pitcher was produced in a partnership between the Dryden Pottery Company and the Van Briggle Pottery Company sometime between 1954-1960. During these years, Dryden, a company that was known for its intense, high-glo Check It Out! 28 Fabulous Van Briggle Bud Vase - 32 Best Glass Glass Glass Images On Pinterest Crystals. See Also 72 Best Roseville Pottery Images On Pinterest Roseville Pottery. Differences in script, clay color, bottom residue, finishers numbers, glazers marks and artist initials can all help in the dating of a piece of Van Briggle pottery. The earliest pieces of Van Briggle will often have the AA logo, company name, roman numerals and a date and stamped shape number in most cases.