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.
The Troika Marmalade vase has been decorated with a brown base with orange and white decoration, finished with a deep glazed top. This particular Troika vase has been decorated by Louise Jinks who worked at the Cornish pottery from 1976 until 1981. She became a senior decorator at the pottery in 1979. You can see an example of her Troika pottery mark below.
The large and colourful Troika Rectangular vase we have just added to our Troika Pottery section has been decorated with tones of green with blue and glazed decoration around the body of the vase. Alison Brigden is the decorator of this stunning Troika vase. She worked at the Troika pottery from 1977 until 1983 and she too became a senior decorator, in 1981.
To see further information and pictures on both these lovely Troika Pottery vases visit our Troika Pottery section – click here.