Both these pieces of Troika pottery were made when the pottery was based in Newlyn, in Cornwall, England and are from the textured range. The Coffin vase has been decorated by Annette Walters whilst the Urn vase has been decorated by Sue Lowe. They are both quite striking pieces with the colours used really bringing out the patterns on the vases.
We have a wide selection of Troika Pottery for sale including Troika Marmalade vases, Troika Cube vases, early Troika St Ives pieces and some unusual pieces such as a Troika square rimmed ash tray!
A new addition to the Perfect Pieces Troika Section is this super bright Troika Coffin vase:
This Troika vase has been decorated by Jane Fitzgerald and dates from the late 1970’s to the early 1980’s, when the pottery was based in Newlyn, in Cornwall, England. The vibrant orange colour really picks out the Celtic motif pattern of the vase. Click here – to see more pictures of this Troika Pottery vase…
Decorated by Avril Bennet this is a textured piece of Troika with the collectable T design highlighted by white glaze roundels below. This is a piece of Troika that dates to the mid to late 1970’s when the pottery was based in Newlyn, in Cornwall, England. Click here – to see more pictures of this lovely Troika vase…
We have a wide range of Troika Pottery for sale including Troika egg cup, Troika Marmalade vases and early Troika St Ives pieces. Remember, if you’re looking for a specific piece then jsut get in touch!
Both these Troika vases are known as Troika Rectangular vases and stand approximately 23cm tall. The first is an earlier Troika vase dating from when the pottery was based in St Ives in Cornwall. It has the typical style of decoration from that period and has been decorated by Sylvia Vallence. Click here for furher information…
The second Troika vase is from when the pottery was based in Newlyn in Cornwall, from 1970 until 1983. This vase is more vibrant and textured in design a style seen throughout that period of the pottery. Click here for further information…
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 particular Troika slab vase has blue glazed sides with a textured front and back. It has been decorated by Marilyn Pascoe. Marilyn started work at the Cornish pottery in the late 1960’s when it was based in Newlyn in Cornwall. The pottery moved to Newlyn in Cornwall in 1970 and Marilyn remained working at it until c1974. This vase has the black painted pottery mark, Troika Cornwall England, on its base so in combination with when Marilyn Pascoe worked there we can date this Troika vase to c1970-1974.
We have a wide selection of Troika pottery vases for sale including Troika coffin vases, Troika cube vases and a couple of Troika lamp bases so there is plenty of choice for that unusual Christmas present if you’re after something for a pottery collector!
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.