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Vintage Hull Imperial USA F 7 Planter

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Beautiful Hull Imperial aqua glazed planter. It measures 6.5" x 4" across the top, 2.5" high, and 5" x 2.25" across the base. Marked Imperial, F7, U.S.A., this planter is in extreme mint condition.

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∎ HISTORY: Hull Pottery began production in 1905 in Crooksville, Ohio, under the leadership of Addis Emmet (A.E.) Hull (later succeeded by Ralph W. Hull). The A.E. Hull Pottery Company's early lines consisted of common utilitarian stoneware, semi-porcelain dinnerware and decorative tile. The company quickly established a firm market and enjoyed an excellent reputation for producing quality ceramics. It was during the 1920s that Hull began expanding the variety of his company's product line to art pottery. The company also began using a broader variety of colors and glazing techniques with its products. By the late 1930s through 1950s, Hull was making some its best work. From the 1940s through the 1960s, a plant or flower bouquet delivered from a florist was often contained in a Hull pot, or figural planter.

Through the 1950s and 1960s the company continued to expand and diversify its product lines to coincide with the times. In the late 1960s through the mid-1980s, the company changed its production from artistic lines to predominately House 'n' Garden serving ware and Imperial florist ware. In the mid-1980s the company was hit with multiple union strikes and foreign competition, and closed the company March, 1986.

Numerous collectors clubs exist which specialize in collecting Hull Pottery. One such organization, "The Hull Pottery Association" is headquartered in Crooksville, Ohio. This association's goal is to "preserve, educate, and promote Hull Pottery, its collectors, and its heritage." Prices for Hull Pottery pieces of all ages have continued to increase substantially. The supply of pieces in mint condition has fallen while demand from collectors has grown.

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Vintage Hull Imperial USA F 7 Planter


  • Vintage item from the 1960s
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