Vintage Rookwood Dish
Rookwood founder Maria Longworth Nichols Storer made history on Thanksgiving Day in 1880, with Rookwood becoming the first large manufacturing enterprise founded and owned by a woman in the United States. Long before “handcrafted” became a trend, Rookwood artisans were devoted to using the finest ingredients, one-of-a-kind design and expert craftsmanship. Each tile, each vase, and every item is the perfect harmony of exquisite color, unique form, and eye-catching design to bring functional works of art into your world.
Crafted in 1919 from hand-glazed ceramic, this dish is the epitome of sophistication and elegance. Capture the spirit of a bygone era with this incredible piece of history.
Very good vintage condition for it's age, this dish measures approximately 6.5" dia x 2" high. There is a faint stamp on the underside with the date & Rookwood logo, that is hard to capture in a photo.