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Grueby - lot 173 September 2006


GRUEBY/BIGELOW KENNARD Table lamp with a Grueby Kendrick vase with seven handles covered in a fine frothy matte green glaze, signed by Ruth Erickson, and topped by a Bigelow Kennard green leaded glass shade in geometric pattern, over an electrified oil font. (Recently discovered in a Massachusetts estate, this lamp was assembled by Grueby and Bigelow Kennard when made. Original conversions are extremely rare.) Base has paper label, C. P.? 4-7-6, and circular Pottery mark. Shade stamped BIGELOW, KENNARD & CO. BOSTON. Vase: 12 1/2" x 10" Shade: 8" x 20 1/4", and total with chimney: 28"

Sold for: $54,000 September 2006 Auction
Grueby - lot 203 September 2005


GRUEBY Rare spherical vase by Ruth Erickson with closed-in rim surrounded with tooled and applied full-height green leaves on a blue-grey ground. (A most successful piece in shape, design, and color, the first one just like these we've seen). Circular pottery stamp, paper label, incised RE-D. 3 3/4" x 4 1/2"

Sold for: $25,850
Grueby - lot 12 May 2002


Rare, exceptional and large GRUEBY barrel-shaped vase by Wilhelmina Post, 1906, with crisply tooled and applied yellow daffodils and green leaves covered in a fine pulled leathery matte green glaze. Restoration to drilled holes under base is professional and invisible. Small 1" kiln kiss near base. Artist's signature and date 5/27/06. 12" x 7 3/4"

Sold for: $26,450
Grueby - lot 115 September 2005


GRUEBY Large melon-shaped vase by Ruth Erickson with full-height tooled and applied covered leaves in a rich, frothy matte green glaze, against a glossier ground (exceptional modeling, glazing and visual impact). A few small nicks to edges. Circular Pottery mark, RE, 10/13. 11" x 8 1/2"

Sold for: $18,800
Grueby - lot 135 March 2006


GRUEBY Vase by Ruth Erickson with crisply tooled full-height leaves alternating with amber buds, against a matte green ground. Rare form, size, and color. A couple of very minor flakes to leaf edge. Circular stamp/artist's cipher. 6 1/2" x 7 1/4"

Sold for: $20,400 June 2006 Auction
Grueby - lot 011 May 2002


Rare and exceptional GRUEBY two-color jardiniere with three rows of curled leaves below nine light blue five-petaled flowers against a spectacular oatmealed matte green glaze. (Featured in Everson Museum Grueby exhibition, 1981). A couple of minor flecks, but overall excellent condition. Stamped Grueby Faience/174, and EG. 7 1/2" x 9"

Sold for: $18,400
Grueby - lot 177 September 2006


GRUEBY Gourd-shaped Kendrick vase with two rows of tooled and applied leaves under a fine matte green glaze. (Recently discovered in a Montreal home, this vase shows a rare combination of perfect glazing and organic form.) A few nicks to leaf edges and one to base. Circular Pottery stamp 33. 12" x 8"

Sold for: $24,000 September 2006 Auction
Grueby - lot 228 March 2007


GRUEBY Fine and large vase with ivory buds alternating with leaves under a rich matte mustard glaze. Professional restoration to chips at base. Circular Pottery stamp/C.H. 11" x 8 1/2"

Sold for: $12,000 March 2007 Auction
Grueby - lot 139 March 2006


GRUEBY Tall vase by Ruth Erickson with full-height leaves alternating with yellow buds under feathered matte green glaze. Typical abrasion to leaf edges. Pottery circular stamp/RE. 11 1/2" x 5 1/2"

Sold for: $10,200 March 2006 Auction
Grueby - lot 218 March 2007


GRUEBY Table lamp with a reticulated Kendrick base covered in a superior matte green glaze. The original, electrified bronze font supports a leaded glass shade in floral pattern attributed to Duffner and Kimberly. Tight 2" hairline and minor nicks to base, a couple of short lines to glass on shade. Base has circular Faience stamp, font has Grueby Pottery paper label with price and number, shade unmarked. Base: 12" x 8", shade: 8" x 19", overall: 23" x 19"

Sold for: $24,000 March 2007 Auction
Grueby - lot 223 March 2007


GRUEBY / TIFFANY Table lamp, its Tiffany Studios leaded glass hemispherical shade in the Acorn pattern, over a Grueby Pottery lamp base with golden cinquefoils on a rich matte green ground. Several short breaks to glass, original Tiffany three-socket fixture. Remnants of white paint on pottery. Shade stamped TIFFANY STUDIOS NEW YORK 1435-34, base covered with mount. 21" x 16"

Sold for: $28,800 March 2007 Auction
Grueby - lot 014 May 2002


Exceptional GRUEBY tile decorated in cuenca with a large oak tree against a blue sky with puffy white clouds. (From the Dreamwold mansion in Scituate, Mass., this is an excellent example of a rare tile, in pristine condition). Numbered 28 on reverse. 6" sq.

Sold for: $12,650
Grueby - lot 233 March 2007


GRUEBY Tall vase with yellow buds alternating with leaves under a fine matte green glaze. Professional restoration to small rim chip. Circular Pottery stamp/ER/3/30. 12" x 5 1/2"

Sold for: $9,600 March 2007 Auction
Grueby - lot 213 March 2006


GRUEBY Kendrick vase with two rows of tooled and applied leaves under a leathery matte green glaze. Circular Pottery stamp and paper label. 12 3/4" x 8 1/2"

Sold for: $12,000 March 2006 Auction
Grueby - lot 134 March 2006


GRUEBY Rare gourd-shaped vase with full-height leaves under feathered matte green glaze. A few minor nicks to leave edges. Circular Pottery stamp/ER. 8" x 7"

Sold for: $7,800 March 2006 Auction
Grueby - lot 220 March 2007


GRUEBY Squat vase with three rows of curled leaves under a superior matte green glaze. Invisible restoration to two rim chips. Spherical Pottery stamp, 41 N. 6" x 8"

Sold for: $6,000 March 2007 Auction
Grueby - lot 017 May 2002


Fine GRUEBY tile decorated in cuenca with a yellow tulip on a matte green ground, mounted in a sterling silver trivet base by KARL LEINONEN (Boston League of Arts & Crafts). Extremely rare, the only silver trivet base we've seen. Very light abrasion to surface. Tile unmarked, mount stamped "Sterling" and "L". 6 1/4" sq.

Sold for: $6,900
Grueby - lot 222 March 2007


GRUEBY Vase by Wilhemina Post with rows of full-height leaves, covered in matte green glaze. (A crisp example, covered in a fine glaze). Professional restoration to base chip. Circular Pottery mark, WP 104. 8" x 5 1/2"

Sold for: $3,240 March 2007 Auction
Grueby - lot 016 May 2002


Fine GRUEBY tile, "The Pines," in polychrome cuenca. Marked FH. Tile: 6"

Sold for: $4,888

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