This Troika vase is heavily coloured in blue and green and was decorated by Jane Fitzgerald who worked at the pottery when it was based in Newlyn in Cornwall, England. The Troika Marmalade vase is a popular shape of Troika Pottery combining textured sides with a smooth glazed rounded top.
This will probably be our final addition to our stock before Christmas. If you’re still searching for that perfect present then you’ve still got time to order from Perfect Pieces if your item is sent by Royal Mail Special Delivery. The final posting date for our Special Delivery items is 21st DECEMBER 2011 so don’t hang about!
This is a lovely colourful Chimney vase decorated by the popular Troika artist Anne Lewis. Anne Lewis actually started working at the Cornish pottery in 1969 when it was based in St Ives in Cornwall, England. She stayed working at the pottery through it’s move to Newlyn in Cornwall in 1970 and she finally left in 1972.
This Troika Chimney vase is vibrantly coloured and on the front it has been decorated with vivid shades of blue and brown. All the sides and the top have been decorated with a deep brown glaze. Click here for more info…
We have a wide range of Troika Pottery for sale, and you still have a few days left to ensure delivery before Christmas!
This Troika vase decorated by Louise Jinks is called a rectangular vase and this example features an interesting horseshoe design on one side – a very eye catching feature.
The Troika pottery was only in operation from 1963 until 1983 – a short 20 year period. In this time it was based in St Ives in Cornwall until 1970 then moved to Newlyn in Cornwall where it stayed until it closed down in 1983.
We have a wide range of Troika pottery for sale including Troika Marmalade vases, Troika cube vases, Troika wheel vases to larger pieces such as the Troika shouldered cylinder vases and Troika lamp bases.
This Troika vase is heavily coloured with a vivid blue base which is quite popular with some collectors as the colouring really stands out against the browns and abstract decorations seen on many Troika pieces. Decorated by Louise Jinks this Troika vase this particular vase can be dated to the end of the 1970’s, c1976-1981.
The Troika Marmalade vase is a square vase in shape finished with a smooth glazed top – people often use this Troika vase shape as a pen pot!
This is a textured Troika Cube vase decorated by Anne Lewis. The cube vase produced by the Troika pottery is a popular shape and can be found with many different designs and abstract patterns. This particular Troika vase has a helmet design on one side that has been picked out in the decoration in a vivid blue – really highlighting the design.
The Spice vase shape designed by the Troika pottery has a textured body and long glazed cylinder shaped top. This example has been decorated by Alison Brigden who worked at the Cornish pottery from 1977 until 1983.
The Troika Spice vase is a sturdy vase, very stable with often different designs on each of the four sides making it a very attractive piece.
Originally starting out in the picturesque town of St. Ives in Cornwall and later moving to new premises at Newlyn, Troika pottery pieces come in many shapes and sizes. Both the Coffin vase and the Slab vase belong to what is known as the textured range produced by the pottery until it closed in 1983.
These two examples are both rather striking examples with vivid colour decorations and interesting pattern designs. They are both also fully marked to the base with the black painted Troika pottery mark and each have a decorator’s mark. The Coffin vase has been decorated by Anne Jones – Anne only worked at the pottery for a short time from 1976 to 1977 and she was part-time at that as well! The Slab vase has been decorated rather spendidly by Alison Bridgen. The blue base of this vase really brings out the unusual patterns on both sides.
Don’t forget, all our Troika pottery prices DO include UK postage and packaging by Royal Mail Special Delivery – so it’s guaranteed next day delivery by 1pm if you’re in need of an urgent purchase!
This spice vase has a a white glazed top and has been decorated with a deep blue base on all four sides – two sides being picked out with white decoration.
Spice vases are part of the textured range developed by the Troika pottery. They stand approximately 15cm tall and have a solid square base – making them easy to display with no worries of them toppling over (unlike the small wheel vases!). They were produced with different designs in different colourways, some have white glazed tops (like this one), others have deep blue or a brown tops.
This particular Spice vase has been decorated by Louise Jinks (later Louise McClary). Louise began working at the Troika pottery in Newlyn Cornwall in 1976. Progressing well she then became a senior decorator in 1979, finally leaving the pottery in 1981.
This is a lovely example of a spice vase – the contrast of the blue body and white glazed top making it stand out.
This marmalade vase has rather an unusual design with the T emblem on one side and a mushroom design on the other! The T design is often collected so that it can be displayed at the front of a collection (T for Troika), so it’s even nicer that it has an unusual pattern on the other side.
This particular marmalade vase has been decorated by Linda Taylor who worked at the pottery until the early 1970s when they were based in Newlyn in Cornwall.
Troika has become hugely collectable over recent years. Only operating for 20 years it was originally founded in 1963 in St. Ives in Cornwall. During it’s time it produced a wide range of decorative items ranging from smooth glazed wares to textured items such as this marmalade vase.