Rhead Art Pottery Vase by Frederick Hurten Rhead (1880–1942) and his wife, Agnes Rhead. Standing slightly over 17½ inches tall, the baluster-form vase is incised in minute detail with a peacock, his tail feathers glazed in blue and three shades of green and fanned out over a brown and buff-colored ground accented with stylized black tree branches. This choice example of the potter’s art realized $570,000.
Emile Galle, c.1895. Enameled glass vase
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