A Fake Roycroft Mark
A few months before last February’s National Arts and Crafts Conference at the historic Grove Park Inn, I asked David Rudd, co-owner with his wife Debbie Goldwein of Dalton’s American Decorative Arts in Syracuse, NY, if he would lead one of our daily Small Group Discussions entitled “What Is it? Your Unmarked Mystery Pieces.”
I promised to start the conversation with a piece of my own: a hanging copper planter with a suspicious Roycroft mark shown below.
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