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Rare Troika Helmet Lamp Sculpture - Alison Brigden (RESERVED)
Rare Troika Helmet Lamp Sculpture - Alison Brigden (RESERVED)
One of the rarest and most bizarre of the Troika designs is the Helmet Sculpture which was made in very limited numbers due to the complexity of the moulding process and the difficulty in successfully assembling, firing and decorating an unstable and huge piece of ceramic. Originally available in very small numbers in the simple sculpture form and the rarer Lamp Base form, this is the latter and whilst there are no initials on the base, close inspection of the way the base marks have
£1,250.00
Troika T0101 Anvil Vase decorated by Avril Bennet
Troika T0101 Anvil Vase decorated by Avril Bennet
Amongst one of the most desirable of all Troika pieces is the T0101 Anvil Vase, so named because of it's similarity in shape to a blacksmiths metal anvil. This example has been decorated in deep relief on both faces by Avril Bennet who worked at Troika Newlyn from 1973 to 1979. Avril's work is some of the most desirable because of her use of strong vibrant colours and crisp, clear decoration. The rough matt stone glaze vase is decorated predominantly in a classic da
£425.00
Troika T0701 Coffin Vase decorated by Louise Jinks
Troika T0701 Coffin Vase decorated by Louise Jinks
A classic and iconic Troika T0701 Coffin Vase decorated by Louise Jinks who  worked for the pottery between 1976 and 1981, and was the Senior Decorator from 1979. This piece is in the more unusual 'twig and dice' pattern and is much less common than the celtic cross type of coffin vase. The reason these type of vases were called 'coffin vases' is due to the shape of the body which is somewhat similar to a coffin, with tapering sides. Decorated in a moss-green colour, the
£170.00
Troika T2001 Marmalade Pot - Ann Lewis
Troika T2001 Marmalade Pot - Ann Lewis
A nice Marmalade Pot from the Troika Pottery in Newlyn and decorated by Ann Lewis who worked at Troika between 1966 and 1972 both at the St. Ives and Newlyn sites. As is usual for these pots, all four sides have incised decoration, with two panels highlighted in brown and dark blue with the opposite pair of panels coloured in the same plain light brown as the ground. All panels show abstract and organic patterns. The shoulder of the pot is a ver
£100.00
Troika T3004 Medium Wheel Vase decorated by Alison Brigden
Troika T3004 Medium Wheel Vase decorated by Alison Brigden
A T3004 Medium Wheel Vase decorated by Alison Brigden who worked for Troika from 1976 to 1983 and was the senior decorator between 1981 and 1983 after taking over the role from Louise Jinks on her departure in 1981. This stunning vase is in an overall deep blue with strong geometric design in deep relief on the front face,  and a somewhat more abstract design of discs and lines on the obverse face, with the designs being highlighted in contrasting earth tones of ochre, mo
£285.00