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Two Handle Vase / Green Glaze / Bold Design.

The Cucumber Green Glaze glaze (over yellow) on this vase is wonderful and the shape is very Stickley-Era-Meets-the-Jazz-Age. It is a harmoniously finished Art Pottery vase with a variation in color in the glaze that no amont of human skill could imitate, either by clever touch or mechanical blending of colors. The color harmonies are produced by a special firing method of which Fulper was the leading pottery maker. The vintage art pottery vessel would be at home anywhere. It would have a strong appeal in a Mission - Arts and Crafts - Prairie Style setting amid Stickley, Limbert and similar furniture. The green glaze is particularly prized among admirers of American Art Pottery.

Size: 3 1/2" x 5" at the top of the handles.

The bottom is not signed.

This unmarked vessel is a quality piece, in shape and glaze. It resembles marked pieces of Fulper (clay body, Vase-Kraft glaze and style), so the attribution is reasonable. It may have been made by Fulper but not marketed (an "experimental" or a trial shape) or it may have been made elsewhere (by Haeger Pottery in those years when Martin Stangl worked there producing very Fulper looking pottery, between his times at Fulper). Another possible origin has been suggested to us, that the vase may have been a student piece by students of Rutgers University’s Clay Working and Ceramics department, chaired by Dr. Cullen W. Parmelee, which came to Fulper on a regular basis. This vase is very likely the result of experimentation. We have never seen another example of this particular vessel, so it may be a one of a kind item. Helpful suggestions about the origins of this vase are always welcome.

History:

The company that became Fulper Pottery was begun in 1814 in Flemington, New Jersey. Fulper produced outstanding art pottery circa 1909-1935, although after 1929 an increasing number of thier work was labeled "Stangl". (The firm became Stangl Pottery in 1929). Fulper Pottery offered strong shape designs and a marvelous range of outstanding glazes. Fulper's "VaseKraft" pottery is distinguished by high-quality design and execution. This is a possible example of their work.

Any condition issues have been mentioned in the description, shown in the photos, and taken into consideration as the item has been priced accordingly.

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Attributed to FULPER POTTERY Two Handle Vase / Cucumber Green Glaze / Prairie Style - Stickley Era - Art Deco - Please Read

Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1920s
  • Color: Green
  • Finish: Flambe
  • Feedback: 167 reviews
  • Only ships to United States from Florida, United States.
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