The latest additions to the Perfect Pieces Troika pottery section are this Troika Coffin vase and this Troika Marmalade vase:
A Troika pottery Coffin vase & a Troika pottery Marmalade vase
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.
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A couple of new additions to the Perfect Pieces Troika pottery section are these very interesting Troika pottery Marmalade 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.
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A new arrival to the Perfect Pieces Troika pottery sale section is a super Troika pottery marmalade shaped vase decorated by the popular Avril Bennet.
The Troika Marmalade vase is a popular Troika pottery shape – partly due to it’s mixture of textured and smooth finish, it’s size makes it easily place-able in any home and its affordability to collectors.
This example has geometric designs on all four sides finished with a dark blue glazed rounded top. It has been decorated by Avril Bennet who worked at Troika when they had a factory in Newlyn in Cornwall. She was there from 1973 to 1979. Click here for further photographs of this Troika vase.
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We have recently added three new pieces of Troika pottery to the Perfect Pieces Troika pottery section. These pieces consist of a superb Troika Marmalade vase decorated by Simone Kilburn – this vase has a very interesting bulls eye design on one side:
Another Troika Marmalade vase decorated with a blue base and dark glazed shouldered top. This time this Marmalade vase has an interesting and fetching abstract face design on one side:
And finally, a super large Troika pottery Slab vase decorated by Avril Bennet.
These three Troika vases are all from the Troika pottery’s textured range and all have the Troika pottery black painted pottery mark.
Do remember, all our Troika pottery pieces do include FREE UK postage by Royal Mail Special Delivery. This service guarantees next working day delivery by 1pm, is tracked and requires a signature on delivery.
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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.
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We have just added this fantastic and unusual green Troika Marmalade vase to our Troika pottery section.
This marmalade vase has been very nicely decorated with an unusual green base and rather interesting pattern. On one side there is what appears to be a mushroom in orange and on another an abstract stick person design!
This particular piece of Troika pottery is a piece from the textured range that the Cornish pottery produced. The Marmalade vase is one of the smaller shapes that was created and is nicely styled with the round glazed top – this one has a deep blue top.
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A new addition to the Perfect Pieces Troika pottery section is this stunning little Troika Pottery Marmalade vase decorated by Linda Taylor.
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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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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