Ruskin Pottery For Auction
The most collectable Ruskin items are those decorated with lustre and souffle glazes with good examples holding their value well. As with all pottery, the value of the individual item is largely dependent on the age, condition and rarity. There is a strong demand for good, clean Ruskin pieces particularly in kingfisher blue.
Potteries Auctions can identify and provide valuations on a wide range of Ruskin Pottery pieces.
Popular Ruskin Pottery Items at Auction
Popular searches include:
- Arts and Crafts
- high fired
- Kingfisher Blue
- Sang de Bouef
Whether you are looking to buy or sell Ruskin Pottery pieces, the team of experts at Potteries Auctions can help you find the piece you are looking for, or value your items for sale. Request a call back if you are looking for a valuation and are seeking to sell some Ruskin Pottery collector pieces at auction.
Ruskin Pottery facts:
- Ruskin Pottery was founded in 1898 by painter Edward R Taylor. His son William Howard Taylor later took over the business.
- Under his son William, Ruskin Pottery is typified by experimental glazes and brightly colored, high-fired pieces, inspired by Chinese ceramics.
- William destroyed all of his recipes and notes shortly before his death in 1935. In taking his glaze secrets to the grave he ensured that his ceramics were impossible to replicate.