One of our latest pieces to the Perfect Pieces Troika Pottery section is this lovely Troika Marmalade vase with deep blue glazed shouldered top decorated by Avril Bennet:
This is a genuine Troika vase – as are ALL of our Troika Pottery pieces. It has a striking abstract decoration on all sides, and can be dated to c1973-1979. Click here to view more photos and details of this pretty Troika vase.
We have another Troika Pottery Marmalade vase for sale, this one decorated by Teo Bernatowitz. Teo Bernatowitz only worked at the Troika Pottery around c1974 when it was based in Newlyn, Cornwall, England. Click here to see more photos of this lovely Troika vase.
We have a wide range of Troika Pottery for sale including some early Troika St Ives vases, some textured Troika vases and some Troika smooth glazed wares.
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Our latest addition to the Perfect Pieces Troika Pottery section is this super vibrant blue Troika Marmalade vase by Teo Bernatowitz:
Blue Troika Marmalade Vase – click here…
This is a lovely Troika vase decorated by Teo Bernatowitz who only worked at the Troika Pottery c1974 for 18 months when it was based in Newlyn in Cornwall, England. It is a very colourful vase coloured heavily in blue with patches of white glaze really bringing out the abstract decoration.
We have a wide range of Troika Marmalade vases currently for sale. All Troika Pottery is sent in the UK by Royal Mail Special Delivery which is a track-able service and guarantees next working day delivery by 1pm.
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Another new addition to the Perfect Pieces Troika Pottery section just in time for your Christmas shopping is this lovely Troika cube vase:
Troika Cube Vase, Teo Bernatowitz – Click here
This Troika cube vase has been decorated by the popular Teo Bernatowitz. Unlike other Troika decorators, Teo only worked at the pottery for a short time around 18 months c1974 when it was based in Newlyn in Cornwall, England.
This Troika cube vase has an overall light blue colouring with the abstract decoration picked out in darker detailing. Marked underneath with the black painted Troika mark, this Troika vase dates c1974.
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New additions to our Troika pottery section today are a striking blue Troika cube vase and a tall and imposing Troika rectangular vase, pictured below.
The Troika cube vase has been fully decorated with a blue base and abstract decoration picked out in co-ordinating colours, by Troika decorator Teo Bernatowitz. Teo only worked at the pottery for around 18 months around 1974 so her work is highyl collected.
The Troika rectangular vase has been decorated by Louise Jinks. With a stunning abstract decoration picked out with a green base and strong blues this is an imposing vase with very striking decoration.
For further information on any of the Troika vases we currently have for sale, please visit our Troika pottery section, here.
If you’re looking for a classic Troika pottery vase then why not take a look at the two new Troika rectangular vases recently added to the Perfect Pieces website? We have examples from the St. Ives period and the slightly later Newlyn period.
The first vase shown above is an early Troika rectangular vase with an unusual pattern, dating to c1969-1970. Decorated by the well-known Honor Curtis this vase displays a temple design on one side and an abstract face design on another.
The second Troika vase above dates slightly later, c1974, when the pottery were based in Newlyn in Cornwall. This vase has been decorated by Teo Bernatowitz who only worked at the pottery for around 18 months c1974, making her work quite collectable.
For further information on both these vases and the other Troika vases we have in stock please visit out Troika pottery section – click here.
The latest additions to our Troika pottery section are a striking blue Troika Marmalade vase, an interestingly patterned Troika wheel vase and a rectangular Troika pottery lampbase.
Troika Marmalade Vase, Troika Wheel Vase & Troika Rectangular Lampbase
All these pieces are in excellent condition and display the black painted Troika pottery mark on their bases which was in use by the pottery when they were based in Newlyn, Cornwall, during the 1970’s and 1980’s. Each one is decorated by a different Troika decorator and show a small section of the range that the Troika pottery produced during its 20 years.
For further images and information on any of these Troika items, please visit our Troika pottery section – here.
If you’re looking for a Troika Pottery vase then why not take a look at the collectable Troika Pottery Coffin vases we currently have for sale (pictured below)?
The Troika Pottery started out in St Ives in Cornwall in 1963 and over the 20 years it remained open produced a wide range of art pottery from wall plaques, to smooth glazed decorative pieces to textured and rugged looking pottery pieces.
The Troika Coffin vase belongs to the textured range that the pottery produced and can be found with many different abstract patterns in a variety of colours.
The Coffin vase on the left has been decorated by Beverley Ellwood who started working at the Cornish pottery during the 1970s. The Coffin vase on the right was decorated by the collectable Teo Bernatowitz who only worked at the pottery for a short time around 1974. Both Coffin vases have the Troika Pottery black painted pottery mark to their base and are lovely examples from such a well-known and collectable pottery.
To see further pictures of these vases and the other Troika pottery pieces we currently have for sale, please – click here.