Roycroft Ceramics Photos

Roycroft of East Aurora, NY, was an American leader in the Arts and Crafts Movement. When Elbert Hubbard set up the Roycroft Inn (1905), they needed China for guests which are now museum pieces.

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Ceramic table service from Roycroft Inn at Elbert Hubbard Roycroft Museum. East Aurora, NY.Ceramic plates with Roycroft logo from Roycroft Inn at Elbert Hubbard Roycroft Museum. East Aurora, NY.Ceramic salt & pepper shakers with Roycroft logo from Roycroft Inn at Elbert Hubbard Roycroft Museum. East Aurora, NY.Roycroft orb & double barred cross plate & pitcher by Dard Hunter of Buffalo Pottery for Roycrofters of East Aurora, NY at Buffalo History Museum. Buffalo, NY.
Ceramic table service from Roycroft Inn at Elbert Hubbard Roycroft Museum. East Aurora, NY.Ceramic plates with Roycroft logo from Roycroft Inn at Elbert Hubbard Roycroft Museum. East Aurora, NY.Ceramic salt & pepper shakers with Roycroft logo from Roycroft Inn at Elbert Hubbard Roycroft Museum. East Aurora, NY.Roycroft orb & double barred cross plate & pitcher (1895-1910) by Dard Hunter of Buffalo Pottery for Roycrofters of East Aurora, NY at Buffalo History Museum (BECHS). Buffalo, NY.
Roycroft orb & double barred cross pitcher & bowl by Dard Hunter of Buffalo Pottery for Roycrofters of East Aurora, NY at Buffalo History Museum. Buffalo, NY.Roycroft ceramic punchbowl & cups at Elbert Hubbard Roycroft Museum. East Aurora, NY.

Roycroft orb & double barred cross pitcher & bowl (1895-1910) by Dard Hunter of Buffalo Pottery for Roycrofters of East Aurora, NY at Buffalo History Museum (BECHS). Buffalo, NY.Roycroft ceramic punchbowl & cups at Elbert Hubbard Roycroft Museum. East Aurora, NY.


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