We have just added a lovely large Troika wheel lamp base to the Troika Pottery For Sale page. This is a lovely textured piece of Troika Pottery that not only is a collectable item but is an attractive and practical lamp for everyday use in your home.
This is an impressive large piece of Troika Pottery decorated by Penny Black and featuring circular motif designs on both sides.
Decorated by Penny Black this is a very striking Troika Pottery vase with textured designs on the front and back and contrasting blue glazed sides. This vase has a minimalist pattern based on the circle motif used on some of the early Troika pieces. The abstract design has been highlighted with the use of contrasting colours making it overall a very striking piece of Troika from the c1970’s.
We have a wide range of Troika Pottery for sale including early St Ives pieces as well as some more unusual pieces such as Troika Egg Cups and Troika ashtrays.
This Troika vase is from the textured range and is called a Coffin vase – due to its shape! Decorated by Penny Black with an oatmeal brown base the cross motif on the front is enhanced in colours of blues and deep browns.
This Troika vase dates from when the pottery was based in Newlyn in Cornwall, England. It moved to Newlyn c1970 from St Ives and remained there until it closed in c1983.
The Troika Coffin vase pictured above belongs to the textured range produced by the Troika pottery and is shaped now a coffin – hence it’s model name! Decorated with a cross motif this Troika vase has the rugged texture seen throughout the whole textured range produced.
The Troika Marmalade vase is also from the textured range and has been decorated by Penny Black. It has interesting abstract patterns on all sides and is finished with a deep blue glazed rounded top.
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!
New to our Troika Pottery section today is a lovely Troika Pottery Marmalade Vase decorated by the well-known Troika artist Penny Black.
This Marmalade vase is from the textured range that Troika made and has abstract designs on all sides with a rather interesting pattern on one of the sides – a stick-man type design. It is finished off on top with a deep blue glazed top.
The decorator of this particular Troika pottery vase is Penny Black. Penny started working at the pottery when they were based in St. Ives in Cornwall, England and moved with the pottery to its Newlyn base in 1970. She continued working there up until she left in 1976.
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