FZ-114 Grueby Faience Style Copper Vase

Grueby Faience Company was founded in 1894 by William Grueby who was inspired by the matte glazes on French pottery, particularly the cucumber green that became the company’s hallmark, and the refined simplicity of Japanese ceramics. In its heyday Grueby was sold through Tiffany Studios in New York City and Gustav Stickley who incorporated their tiles in his furniture. Alas, due to bankruptcy, a fire and eventual sale the company closed for good in 1920.


SKU/Model Grueby Faience Style Copper Vase
Width 12''

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Material Copper
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Notes 1 - Lead times are based upon current availability.

$378.00 $434.70

: 10 - 14 Days

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Grueby Faience Company was founded in 1894 by William Grueby who was inspired by the matte glazes on French pottery, particularly the cucumber green that became the company’s hallmark, and the refined simplicity of Japanese ceramics. In its heyday Grueby was sold through Tiffany Studios in New York City and Gustav Stickley who incorporated their tiles in his furniture. Alas, due to bankruptcy, a fire and eventual sale the company closed for good in 1920.


SKU/Model Grueby Faience Style Copper Vase
Width 12''

Height

Extension
Projection
Back Plate/Ceiling Plate
Material Copper
Number Of Bulbs
Bulb Type
Max Wattage Per
UL Rating
Standard Finish/Color
Standard Lens/Diffuser

Notes 1 - Lead times are based upon current availability.
Small items typically ship USPS First Class.
Other items will ship by either UPS Ground or FEDEX Ground.
Some items must ship via Freight-Truck and may incur additional cost.
Note: Orders which have multiple items may ship separately direct from their origin.

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