Rookwood Pottery 1899 Standard Glaze Apple Blossoms Ewer #498D Edward Diers
Edward George Diers was born on December 27, 1870 In Cincinnati, Ohio. He was educated at the Ohio Mechanics Institute, Industrial Art School and the Cincinnati Art Academy. He decorated at Rookwood Pottery from 1896 until 1931. His work can be found primarily in Vellum Glaze, including some large and beautiful plaques.
The decor of this artist, in terms of color and composition, often contrasts with the work of other Rookwood artists and is considered by collectors to be above average. Edward Diers died in Cincinnati, Ohio on May 17, 1947.
Here we have a wonderful standard glaze Rookwood ewer from 1899 hand-painted by Edward Diers. The beautiful hand-painted apple blossoms that partially surround the body of the squat ewer are extremely well executed. An exceptionally unusual piece perfect for any Rookwood collection. A true pleasure to see. Displays perfectly from all sides and angles. The perfect size to fit in your curio cabinet.
Exceptional ewer in that it has no chips, no cracks, no scratches to glaze and very minor crazing.
Artist signed on the bottom by Edward Diers. Any non-perfections are from the firing/manufacturing process.
Dimensions are below.
Authentic and signed appropriately with the Rookwood symbol and shape number.
H: 4 1/2", Base: 2" , Rim: 2 1/4"
- Model: K2143
- Shipping Weight: 3.0000lbs
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- Manufactured by: Rookwood