Black Iris Vase / 1909 / decorated by Carl Schmidt for the Rookwood Pottery Company

Carl Schmidt Rookwood Pottery Cincinnati, Ohio Vase with decoration of irises and “black iris” glaze, 1909 Thrown white earthenware with underglaze slip decoration Newark Art Museum Collection

A Rookwood dark iris glazed earthenware Iris vase decorator Carl Schmidt, (1910

A Rookwood dark iris glazed earthenware Iris vase decorator Carl Schmidt,

~Rookwood~Artist: Carl Schmidt~Circa 1904~Large Flamboyant White Poppies, Buds And Leaves On A Shaded Tan To Grey Background-Iris Glazed Vase~

Rookwood, Iris Glaze vase decorated by Carl Schmidt in 1904 with large, flamboyant white poppies on a shaded tan to gray background

Rookwood Pottery (United States, Ohio, Cincinnati, 1880 - 1960) , Charles (Carl) Schmidt (Germany, 1875 - 1959) Vase with Black Irises, 1911

Rookwood Pottery, Cincinatti, Black Iris Glaze decorated vase by Charles Schmidt…

Early Rookwood Pottery Mahogany Glazed Vase With Irises Albert R. Valentien 1885

Early Rookwood Pottery Mahogany Glazed Vase With Irises Albert R. Valentien 1885

Rookwood Pottery Company vase by Carl Schmidt (1904)

Photo of a tall blue Rookwood vase made by Carl (Charles) Schmidt ca. on display at the De Young Museum in San Francisco

Denver Denaura Vase, ca. 1903. Beautiful translucent Denaura glaze! Made by William Long at his Denver China and Pottery Company (1901-1905).

DENVER DENAURA / LONHUDA Baluster vase modeled and incised with daffodils, covered in vellum matte green glaze. (One of their rarest forms). 1 tight hairline from rim.

Rookwood Pottery, Cincinatti, Black Iris Glaze decorated vase by Kataro Shirayamadani, 1907.

A rare Rookwood pottery Black Iris scenic vase done by Kataro Shirayamadani in 1907

Antique Rookwood Standard Glaze Jonquils Vase Carl Schmidt 1897

Antique Rookwood Standard Glaze Jonquils vase Carl Schmidt 1897 6in. 30F

Antique Rookwood Standard Glaze Jonquils Vase Carl Schmidt 1897

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