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This Rookwood tile featuring a dark blue rook on a branch was used for advertising by the famous Rookwood Pottery of Cincinnati about 1915. One sold in 2012 at a Humler and Nolan auction in Cincinnati for $5,250. Photo courtesy Cowles Syndicate Inc.

Rookwood art pottery still made, but old pieces are more valuable

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Rookwood pottery probably is the most famous of the art potteries made in the United States in the late 19th and 20th centuries.

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