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Posted 6 years ago

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I found this, along with a McCoy vase, at a local flea market and couldn't pass it up. The color is a matte green. I can't identify any markings on it. There is a small circle you can see in one of the pictures that looks like a "manufacturer" defect to me, not a chip. The matte glaze seems to have a crackle effect, and it also has some drips running down from the top. This vase stands 10 inches tall.

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  1. art.pottery, 6 years ago
    It's a #H-70 vase produced by Gonder for George Rumrill circa 1942. Most of Rumrill's pieces were made by Red Wing. Shawnee, Florence and Gonder produced designs for Rumrill beginning circa late 30s into 40s, after there were "differences" with Red Wing.
    Rumrill got double mileage out of that shape, since it was simultaneously offered with designation "H-62" - identical, but flipped upside down.
  2. Cubbs1232, 6 years ago
    Thanks for the help. I sat for about 3 hrs reading up on George Rumrill, very interesting. Thanks again!

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