|Baby Chicks Pattern|
This new success allowed Hugh Robertson to go back to making his dragon’s blood vases as well as continuing his experiments with glazes, making one glaze that had the look of lava. Sadly he died in 1908.
|Sold for $1200 at Auction|
|See Maude's Circle Signature|
Hugh Robertson had started a Dedham Pottery Museum on site and visitors could see the finest pieces that were made each year. The museum contained one of a kind Dedham Pottery pieces, as well as many experimental pieces prized by the Robertson family. William and J. Milton after him continued to add pieces to the museum each year.
|Rare Beehive Print|
|Rare Lobster Pattern|
|Rare Green & Blue Sold for $8100.00|