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.
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.
If you’re thinking of purchasing a piece of Troika pottery for someone’s Christmas present or even just for yourself for Christmas then be sure to check out the Perfect Pieces Troika Pottery section.
We have a wide range of Troika pottery pieces for sale, ranging from the smaller pieces such as Troika marmalade vases and Cube vases, through to Troika slab vases and larger Troika lamp bases. I have pictured a small range from our selection below:
Troika Pottery is one of our specialist areas and we often have a wide range of pieces to choose from. The pottery which only operated for around 20 years has become hugely collectable and as a result you should be aware that there are pieces out there that are not true Troika pottery pieces. People often ask what do you mean “not true Troika Pottery”, what we mean is pieces that are not originally and 100% made by the pottery when it was open from c1963 until c1983. These can be pieces that have had “Troika” written on the bottom of them or even white wares from the pottery that have been painted by somebody else. Our advice is that you should always buy from a reputable place and from someone you can trust!
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!
This particular Troika lampbase has been decorated by Jane Fitzgerald and dates from when the pottery was based in Newlyn in Cornwall, England. It is a medium sized wheel lamp base with decoration on both sides – the front having an attractive sun motif picked out in cream and yellow.
We have a wide selection of Troika pottery for sale in time for Christmas, including another stunning Troika lamp base, this time a heavily coloured blue medium wheel lampbase:
This is a Troika pottery medium wheel lamp base decorated predominantly in blue with a strong abstract design on both sides really making it stand out. This Troika piece was produced when the Cornish Troika pottery was based in Newlyn in Cornwall, England and dates to the c1970’s.
A perfect Christmas gift for any Troika collector that is actually usable in the home today as well! All it requires is its electrical fitting and a shade and then it would be set to light up any room!
The first is the very large and impressive Troika double base lamp base. This is a stunning piece standing approximately 17″ tall. This Troika lamp has an abstract face design on one side, making it a very attractive piece.
The second is a Troika rectangular lamp base standing approximately 9″ tall. This Troika lamp-base has been decorated by Penny Broadribb who only worked at the pottery for a very short time from c1975-1976.
All our pieces of Troika pottery currently have FREE UK postage & packaging by Royal Mail Special Delivery. This service is guaranteed next working day delivery!