A tall hand-painted vase by Elizabeth Neave Lincoln, 1927. The vase has a delicate Impressionistic floral pattern in blues, greens and red, signed to the underside.
Elizabeth Neave Lincoln decorated for Rookwood Pottery between 1891 and 1931. She studied at the Cincinnati Art Academy and is known for her work with Standard and Vellum glazes. After her retirement from the pottery she spent the remainder of her working life in nursing.
|Marks:||Maker’s Mark, Date Code, Pattern, Artist’s Mark|
|Maker:||Elizabeth Neave (Lingenfelter) Lincoln (American, 1867-1957)|
|Signature:||Artist’s mark to underside.|
- minor glaze inclusions.