Old Roycroft Hand Hammered Copper Vase
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Roycroft copper was a product of the Copper Shop of the Roycrofters, a craft community in East Aurora, New York during the early part of the 20th century. Produced from about 1906 into the 1930s, Roycroft copper items were made in a small shop staffed with, at most, 30 or so craftsmen. Roycroft items were intended to be well made, beautiful, useful objects for the home, and as such, were an expression of the Arts and Crafts Movement in America. Although stylistically, Roycroft copper reveals influences from European Art Nouveau, Vienna Secession, Classical and even Medieval forms, the result was distinctly American Arts and Crafts. For this reason, Roycroft copper is recognized today as an important part of the history of 20th century American design.
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- Ethnic, Folk & Native American Art
- 20th Century
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