Do you collect Rockwell Kent ceramics? Collect this Rockwell Kent ceramic coffee pot. This Rockwell Kent ceramic coffee pot is beautiful and collectible. Vernon Kilns made this rare Salamina ceramic coffee pot from 1939-1940. This Rockwell Kent ceramic coffee pot is in excellent condition, with the beautiful model Salamina. The colors are vibrant and bring out greens, yellows, and blues in the design. The coffee pot has a graceful handle and would make a wonderful conversation piece when brought to your table. Vernon Kilns is located in Vernon, California. Vernon Kilns made wonderful tableware in many different designs. In 1936 Vernon Kilns hired Gale Turnbull, as their Art Director. Turnbull then began to acquire artists to design art for their tableware items. In 1939 Turnbull contracted with the well-known artist Rockwell Kent, to produce 3 different designs for Vernon Kilns pottery pieces. One of the designs was Salamina which was based on a 1935 Novel by Rockwell Kent. The novel is about Kent’s visits to Greenland 1929-1931. The Salamina design was only produced by Vernon Kilns for the year 1939 – 1940. It wasn’t as popular as the other Kent designs. As this was a less popular design, fewer pieces were produced. Finding them in Excellent/Mint condition makes Salamina Rare and collectible. Rockwell Kent was born in 1882 in Tarrytown, New York and died in Plattsburgh, New York in 1971.
Condition: Good Condition, Small (3/16″) Chip on the spout, No Cracks or Crazing.
Markings: Salamina Designed by Rockwell Kent Vernon Kilns Made in U.S.A.
Shipping Weight: 1 lb 12 oz
Dimensions: 8 1/2″ x 8 1/4″ x 5″