Constance Amelia Baker (known as "Connie") worked at Rookwood Pottery for several years, from 1892 until 1904. She was in charge of photography for the pottery until a department was established in 1900. The majority of her work was in standard glaze and Iris. She imaged many of the native Americans employed at the Cincinnati zoo in the late 1890s for use in portraits. Collector interest in her pieces is considered to be above average.

Example of a Constance Baker vase in Iris Glaze

Example of a Constance Baker artist mark: "C.A.B."

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