Lot 167
Two Pieces of Fulper Art Pottery
Lot Details & Additional Photographs
First quarter of the 20th century, the first is a "Famille Rose" baluster vase (9.25 in.) and the second is a rare shape 541 "Rainbow Flambé" glazed flower flagon, rope twist handle and spiral swirl body, introduced 1916 and discontinued in 1918 (10.75 in.) (good condition).

From the Collection of Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Smith, Salisbury, North Carolina

Rare Fulper English arts, & crafts, style vase - #541 Flower Flagon in "Rainbow Flambé" Glaze. Introduced in 1916 and available only in the Rainbow Flambé shown here (but it was possible to special-order the shape in different finish, but at double the catalog price of $ 4.50). This vase designed by John Obden winner Kugler to coordinate with the English oak and Spanish revival styles becoming popular prior to world war one. Sadly, both the # 541 Flower Flagon vase shape and the rainbow Flambé Glaze finish were discontinued in 1918. The two-year prod

Vase with hairline from the rim curving into the body approximately 6.5 in.