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Signed Elizabeth Lincoln Rookwood Pottery Vase (1920)
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Rookwood Pottery Vase by Elizabeth Neave Lincoln (1867-1957) dated 1920. Signed, numbered, and dated on base. A beautiful carved matte vellum glazed ceramic vase decorated with a floral motif adorning the shoulder in hues of violet, cobalt blue, kelly green, and rose over a fuchsia ground with a strawberry pink interior. This vessel is marked on the base with the Rookwood logo (a back-to-back "R" and "P" surrounded by flames), a "LNL" (Lisbeth Neave Lincoln) artist's mark,"XX" to indicate 1920, "V" for Vellum Glaze, and identifying shape number "1779". A lovely Rookwood pottery vase by Elizabeth Neave Lincoln. Size: 4.125" W x 7.7" H (10.5 cm x 19.6 cm)

The Rookwood Pottery Company was founded in 1880 by the artist Maria Longworth-Nichols who created a world-renowned ceramic studio in Cincinnati, Ohio that attracted reputable artists and ceramicists. Elizabeth Neave Lincoln who went by the nickname "Lisbeth" and took her husband's last name "Lingenfelter" when she was married, was born in Cincinnati, Ohio on December 13,1867, and attended the Cincinnati Art Academy like many of her colleagues. Lisbeth decorated Rookwood Pottery from 1892 to 1931. She worked with various glazes including Standard Glaze and Vellum.

Provenance: ex-Nancy and Dr. E.F. Simpson collection, Los Angeles, California, USA, acquired from 1970 to 2000

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Display stands not described as included/custom in the item description are for photography purposes only and will not be included with the item upon shipping.

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Overall excellent. Vessel is marked on the base with the Rookwood logo (a back-to-back "R" and "P" surrounded by flames), a "LNL" (Lisbeth Neave Lincoln) artist's mark,"XX" to indicate 1920, "V" for Vellum Glaze, and identifying shape number "1779".
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Signed Elizabeth Lincoln Rookwood Pottery Vase (1920)

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Jun 29, 2022
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0062: Signed Elizabeth Lincoln Rookwood Pottery Vase (1920)

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Est. $600 - $800Starting Price $400
Art of the Americas: Ancient to Modern Day
Jun 29, 2022 12:00 PM EDT
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Lot 0062 Details

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Rookwood Pottery Vase by Elizabeth Neave Lincoln (1867-1957) dated 1920. Signed, numbered, and dated on base. A beautiful carved matte vellum glazed ceramic vase decorated with a floral motif adorning the shoulder in hues of violet, cobalt blue, kelly green, and rose over a fuchsia ground with a strawberry pink interior. This vessel is marked on the base with the Rookwood logo (a back-to-back "R" and "P" surrounded by flames), a "LNL" (Lisbeth Neave Lincoln) artist's mark,"XX" to indicate 1920, "V" for Vellum Glaze, and identifying shape number "1779". A lovely Rookwood pottery vase by Elizabeth Neave Lincoln. Size: 4.125" W x 7.7" H (10.5 cm x 19.6 cm)

The Rookwood Pottery Company was founded in 1880 by the artist Maria Longworth-Nichols who created a world-renowned ceramic studio in Cincinnati, Ohio that attracted reputable artists and ceramicists. Elizabeth Neave Lincoln who went by the nickname "Lisbeth" and took her husband's last name "Lingenfelter" when she was married, was born in Cincinnati, Ohio on December 13,1867, and attended the Cincinnati Art Academy like many of her colleagues. Lisbeth decorated Rookwood Pottery from 1892 to 1931. She worked with various glazes including Standard Glaze and Vellum.

Provenance: ex-Nancy and Dr. E.F. Simpson collection, Los Angeles, California, USA, acquired from 1970 to 2000

All items legal to buy/sell under U.S. Statute covering cultural patrimony Code 2600, CHAPTER 14, and are guaranteed to be as described or your money back.

A Certificate of Authenticity will accompany all winning bids.

PLEASE NOTE: Due to recent increases of shipments being seized by Australian & German customs (even for items with pre-UNESCO provenance), we will no longer ship most antiquities and ancient Chinese art to Australia & Germany. For categories of items that are acceptable to ship to Australia or Germany, please contact us directly or work with your local customs brokerage firm.

Display stands not described as included/custom in the item description are for photography purposes only and will not be included with the item upon shipping.

#172032
Condition
...
Overall excellent. Vessel is marked on the base with the Rookwood logo (a back-to-back "R" and "P" surrounded by flames), a "LNL" (Lisbeth Neave Lincoln) artist's mark,"XX" to indicate 1920, "V" for Vellum Glaze, and identifying shape number "1779".

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