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Rookwood Pottery Price Guide

A Guide to Help You Identify and Value Rookwood Pottery

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Rookwood Pottery ranges in value from hundreds per piece to thousand. The price is often determined by the artist's cipher found on each piece when present. These marks were used on Rookwood's desirable hand decorated wares, but will not be found on the company's monotone pastel production lines.

Kataro Shirayamadani, a skilled ceramics artisan, began decorating pottery for Rookwood in 1887. His work represents some of the company's most valuable pieces. A piece decorated by Shirayamadani sold at Cincinnati Art Galleries in 2004 for $350,750. Although valuable, most Rookwood pieces will not bring anywhere close to this figure at auction.

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Rookwood Vellum Roses Vase Rookwood Vellum Roses Vase by Fred RothenbuschRookwood Iris Glazed Geese VaseRookwood Iris Glazed Geese Vase by A.R. ValentienRookwood Rooster Floor VaseRookwood Rooster Floor Vase by Arthur ConantRookwood Vellum Birds, Trees & Flowers VaseRookwood Vellum Birds, Trees Vase by Sara Sax
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