We have a wide range of genuine Troika vases for sale including many textured pieces such as Troika Marmalade vases as well as some nice white glazed Troika pieces including a lovely Troika double eggcup.
If you’re looking to buy a piece of Troika Pottery then why not consider a Troika Marmalade vase? This shape of Troika vase combines both the popular textured style and the glazed style together – the vase has a textured body and a smooth glazed rounded top!
We currently have four different Troika Marmalade vases in stock, take a look at them here and see how different they all are:
We have a wide selection of Troika Pottery for sale so be sure to check out our Troika Pottery section – click here. If we don’t have exactly what you’re looking for at the moment then simply get in touch and let us know, then we can send you an email when we add new pieces you might be interested in!
This Troika Cylinder vase is a stunning as well as practical vase – perfect for a Christmas present! Measuring 18.5 cm tall it is the medium Troika Cylinder vase – bigger than the standard small Troika Cylinder vase often seen and perfect for a bunch of flowers. It has been decorated by Avril Bennet who decorated at Troika from 1973 until 1979. Click here to view further details of this Troika vase…
The Troika Marmalade vase pictured above is a superb vase decorated with striking colours and the popular letter ‘T‘ design in a vivid blue on one side! This Troika vase has been decorated by Linda Taylor and dates from when the pottery was based in Newlyn in Cornwall, England. Click here to view further details of this vase…
We have a wide selection of Troika Pottery for sale ranging from lamp bases to early St Ives vases.
The Troika marmalade vase is a textured piece of Troika pottery that is finished off with a shouldered top that is glazed in a coordinating colour. The vases were decorated in a range of colours and designs.
The two pictured above are very nice examples – the first Marmalade vase pictured has one side with a large letter T on it (T for Troika!). This has been coloured in a vivid blue really making it stand out – making it a lovely piece for a collection. This one has been decorated by Anne Lewis who worked at the pottery from c1966-1972.
The second Troika Marmalade pictured has several sides with interesting designs – one has a mushroom pattern, one has an apple pattern and another has the stylised T pattern! This Troika Marmalade vase was decorated by Linda Taylor who worked at the pottery in the early 1970’s.
These Troika vases are approximately 9cm high and 8cm square with a glazed rounded top and make a perfect gift for someone starting a collection of Troika, for someone who wants a pieces of this ever-so talked about Cornish pottery or simply for someone who admires studio style pottery – so why not take a look?
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You can see from the four Troika Marmalade vases pictured above that there’s a wide range of style, design and colouring to be had just in this one Troika pottery shape.
The Troika pottery only operated for 20 years from 1963 until 1983 and was based in Cornwall in England. To read more about the history of this popular pottery please visit our Guide To British Potteries – CLICK HERE.
REMEMBER – All Troika pottery prices DO INCLUDE FREE UK POSTAGE by Royal Mail Special Delivery which is guaranteed next working day delivery by 1pm This service is tracked and requires a signature on delivery so if you’re not going to be in and prefer to have your parcel sent elsewhere simply let us know when you order – that’s not a problem!
The first one pictured is an early example of a Troika Cube vase. Dating from the St Ives period (pre-1970) this vase has the typical decoration of pieces of that time. This example has been decorated by Sylvia Vallence who worked at the pottery from c1967-1969.
Next is a Troika cube vase from the textured range decorated by Penny Black. This particular Troika vase is slightly later dating c1970-1976.
The third Troika Cube vase is one decorated in a blue base by Linda Taylor. Linda worked at the pottery from the late 1960’s to the early 1970’s. This particular piece dates from the Newlyn period – dating it early 1970’s.
The final Troika Cube vase has been decorated in green this time by Anne Jones. Anne only worked at the pottery for a short time and only part time from 1976-1977. This particular example has an almost oriental motif on one side.
Here you can see the wide range of different styles and colours available in just the Troika Cube vase. Remember, all Troika pottery prices currently include FREE UK postage & packaging!
Belonging to the pottery’s textured range this rough finished cube vase stands approximately 3.25″ tall and is 3.5″ square. The abstract pattern has been highlighted in contrasting colours to really stand out against the blue base of the vase. Click here to see more pictures of this Troika vase.
Linda Taylor started work at the Cornish pottery when it was based down in St Ives in Cornwall. She moved with it when it moved to Newlyn in 1970 and then left shortly after in the early 1970’s.
This Marmalade vase belongs to the textured range of pieces that the Cornish pottery designed. It is one of the smaller shapes Troika produced making it accessible to all collectors.
This particular Troika vase has been decorated by Linda Taylor who joined the pottery in the late 1960’s when it was based in St. Ives in Cornwall, England. She continued to work for the pottery through their move to Newlyn in 1970 and subsequently left the pottery in the early 1970’s.
Decorated in tones of brown with the abstract decoration picked out in bold colours this marmalade vase is a super example of this classic Troika pottery shape.
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All these three pieces of Troika are from the Troika textured range and were made when the pottery were based in Newlyn in Cornwall, so date from 1970 onwards.
The brown Troika Cube vase and the Troika Coffin vase were both decorated by Alison Brigden. Alison Brigden worked at the Troika pottery during the late 1970s until 1983. She actually became a senior decorator from 1981! You can see an example of her Troika mark below:
The blue Troika Cube vase was decorated by Linda Taylor who worked at the Troika pottery slightly earlier on than Alison, from the late 1960’s to the early 1970’s. See an example of her Troika mark below:
For further information about the other Troika decorators and the range of pottery marks used by the Troika pottery then why not take a look at our Troika Pottery Marks guide? Click here.
You can see further details and pictures of all these Troika pottery vases simply – click here. Remember if you do have any questions about any of these Troika pieces or anything else on the Perfect Pieces website then please do not hesitate to get in touch.
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.