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 is called a Troika Rectangular vase (due to its shape obviously!) and stands approximately 22.5 cm tall. It has decoration that is typical of the St Ives period – simple colouring with roundels on several sides of the vase. This Troika vase has the decorator mark of Marilyn Pascoe. Marilyn started at the Cornish pottery when it was in St Ives – where this vase was produced. She continued to work with the pottery when it moved to Newlyn in Cornwall in 1970 and finally left in c1974.
The Troika Pottery produced a vast range of different shaped vases, pots and plaques throughout it’s 20 years. We currently have a wide range of pieces including a rather nice Troika Lampbase, Cube Vases, Troika Marmalade vases and Troika Cylinder vases to name just a few different shapes!
This massive Troika vase stands approximately 13″ tall and is the largest of the wheel vase range produced by the Troika pottery. Decorated by Troika decorator Avril Bennet this rare and very impressive Troika vase dates c1973-1979.
This vase is not only impressive in size but in decoration too – it has an interesting pattern on one side, the body design. Picked out in greeny blues, oranges and creams the design really stands out against the oatmeal brown base.
The Cornish pottery Troika originally started out based in St Ives in Cornwall, England then around 1970 moved to Newlyn in Cornwall. This particular Wheel vase dates to pre-1970 before it had moved to Newlyn. It has the early black painted Troika pottery mark, Troika St Ives England, on its base.
There were a range of sizes made in this wheel shape by the pottery – this is called the small wheel vase and measures approximately 12cm in diameter.
This is an earlier piece of Troika pottery made when the pottery was based in St Ives in Cornwall before it moved to Newlyn in 1970. On its base it has the early Troika St Ives black painted Troika pottery mark (pictured below).
All our Troika pottery prices currently INCLUDE FREE UK POSTAGE by Royal Mail Special Delivery. This service is guaranteed next day delivery by 1pm, is tracked and requires a signature on delivery. If you want it delivering to an alternative address to keep it a secret before the big day then just let us know, that’s not a problem!
The first one pictured is an early example of a Troika Cube vase. Dating from the St Ives period (pre-1970) this vase has the typical decoration of pieces of that time. This example has been decorated by Sylvia Vallence who worked at the pottery from c1967-1969.
Next is a Troika cube vase from the textured range decorated by Penny Black. This particular Troika vase is slightly later dating c1970-1976.
The third Troika Cube vase is one decorated in a blue base by Linda Taylor. Linda worked at the pottery from the late 1960’s to the early 1970’s. This particular piece dates from the Newlyn period – dating it early 1970’s.
The final Troika Cube vase has been decorated in green this time by Anne Jones. Anne only worked at the pottery for a short time and only part time from 1976-1977. This particular example has an almost oriental motif on one side.
Here you can see the wide range of different styles and colours available in just the Troika Cube vase. Remember, all Troika pottery prices currently include FREE UK postage & packaging!
This vase has been decorated by Sylvia Vallence. Sylvia only worked at the pottery from 1967 until 1969, when it was based in St Ives in Cornwall, England. In 1970 it moved to Newyln in Cornwall.
This Troika vase has the decoration typically seen on items from this period – dark circles around the central body.
Currently all our Troika pottery pieces include FREE UK postage and packaging by Royal Mail Special Delivery. This service guarantees delivery by 1pm the next working day, is tracked and requires a signature on delivery.
The Troika marmalade vase is a popular Troika vase that is within most people’s budgets and comes in a variety of colours, styles and designs. One Troika Marmalade vase can be very different to another Marmalade vase.
The Marmalade was first introduced when the pottery was based in St Ives in Cornwall (it moved to Newlyn in 1970). Based on this you can find early examples with the Troika St Ives pottery mark dating pre-1970’s such as the one illustrated below:
Typical in style to other Troika pieces form that era this vase has a brown wash base with large circles decorating all four sides and is fully marked with the Troika St Ives pottery mark on its base.
Later Marmalade vases dating from the 1970’s onwards from the Newlyn period will be marked with a combination of Troika, Cornwall and England and can have a varied style of decoration – see some examples below:
The base colour is usually cream, brown, blue or green but patterns can vary hugely, including animals, abstract design, letters or even stick people!