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Jugtown Ware pottery vase that appears to be intentionally two sided. Tired of red, turn to the blue. Perfect condition and measures 5 7/8" tall.

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Monumental Van Briggle Pottery vase with a spectacular and rare glaze. 10" tall x 12" in diameter

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Rookwood French Red vase by Sax, 1923, 6"tall x 8 3/4" in diameter. Excellent condition.

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Large Rookwood Pottery vase dated 1912. Nice carving and glaze. 12 1/4" tall .

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Grueby low bowl modeled by Marie Seaman, perfect condition and stands 1 3/4" tall x 4 3/4" in diameter.

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Grueby vase with a very nice two tone glaze created by the way the glaze was applied. Crisp edges and a great form. Very minor bruise to rim. Stands 5 3/4" tall and is 6 3/4" in diameter.

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Exceptional Grueby vase with a wonderful thick textured glaze. Classic Grueby form standing 12 1/2" tall in excellent condition.

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Matte green pottery tobacco jar, maker unknown. An interesting form in excellent condition. Stands 7 1/2" tall and is 6 1/2" in diameter.

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Fulper footed bowl. Mint condition with no restoration. The glaze colors used in this was incredible. The inside has a bit of copperdust on butterscotch and the outside has a butterscotch fading to blue drip over a matte mustard and the base is brown with black highlights.  6 1/4" tall x 11 3/4" in diameter.

Van Briggle Poppy Vase in a wonderful light blue glaze showing just enough clay to make it appear that it is two color. Perfect condition and nice and crisp. Dated 1905 and stands a very large 9 1/2 inches tall.

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Grueby Pottery Vase. Very good condition with out the usual and acceptable edge problems. This stands 8 1/4" tall.

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Beautiful Grueby two color vase. The subtle lighter green buds adds elegance to this 11" tall piece. The condition is excellent and signed with the initials of a documented unknown modeler.

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Fulper Salamander Vase with a nice use of glaze in perfect condition. Measures 8 inches tall.

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Fulper Pottery Peacock Vase, excellent example with deeply modeled decoration and a very nice glaze. Perfect condition. Measures 5 3/4 inches tall and it is 10 inches in diameter.

Set of five George Ohr brothel tokens in a custom plexiglass case. Each token measures approximately 1 1/4" in diameter.

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George Ohr, simple form, great glaze, stands 5 1/2" tall.

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Fulper 3 Handled Squat Vase: Bluish-gray and lavender in color. Measures 6 ¼” tall x 8” in diameter. It is signed on the bottom as seen in the photo.

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Fulper cylinder vase in a cucumber glaze with crystals in perfect condition standing 8 1/8" tall x 2 5/8" in diameter.

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Grueby vase, good condition standing 7 1/8" tall.

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Wheatley Pottery, Cincinnati, OH Impressively large and chunky form with crossed handles. Very good original condition and measures 9 1/2" tall x 9" diameter.

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Grueby two color vase by Miss Wilhelmina Post and dated what appears to be 3/28/06. Good condition with a small repair to rim bruise. Stands 12 1/2" tall.

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Adelaide Robineau diminutive vase in a wonderful creamy white crazed glaze with just a touch of oxblood. Measures 3 3/4 inches tall.

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Van Briggle small jardinière measuring 3 3/4" tall x 5 1/2" in diameter, perfect condition.

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Van Briggle small jardinière measuring 4 1/2" tall x 4 1/2" in diameter, perfect condition.

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Roseville Pottery, Pinecone jardinière, perfect condition, no restoration and measures 7 1/4" tall and 10 1/4" from handle to handle.

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Marblehead Tile, this is like a small Dow woodblock, artist is unknown, condition is very good with the exception of a small corner chip that is not visible when framed, there is no restoration. Tile measures 4 1/2" x 4 1/2" , new oak frame measures 11" square.

Grueby Vase with a rolled rim and alternating leaves and buds. The way the glaze was applied and fired a two tone effect was achieved. Decorated by Miss Annie V. Lingley. This is in excellent condition with one small 3/8" long rim chip professionally repaired. 5 3/4 inches tall by 8 1/4 inches in diameter.

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Hampshire Pottery vase in a frothy volcanic drippy glaze. I believe this to be pretty early. The glaze is so drippy that when it was finished and the bottom ground, so that it would stand straight, they ground the signature off. Excellent condition. 5" tall.

Fulper Vase: 8 ½” tall with a 6” diameter base (3” diameter opening at the top). It has various shades of blue and brown with a blue crystalline glaze. Signed on the bottom as noted in detail 1 photo.

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Fulper Candlesticks: These candlesticks display nice proportion and form with a squat base and turned stems. They measure 8" tall and 4" in diameter at the base. They colors are light and dark blue with some brown showing through, and a deep blue crystalline pattern throughout.
Both candlesticks are signed.

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Very large Van Briggle jardinière, approximately 9 1/2" tall x 9 1/2" in diameter, perfect condition.

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Van Briggle Lorelei vase, a bit late but a nice piece, perfect condition and stands 11" tall.

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Van Briggle vase with nice definition, 6" tall, perfect condition.

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Fulper Bowl: A wonderfully designed Fulper bowl showing a nice raised decoration around the outside. The colors are deep butterscotch and oatmeal with some blue and lavender showing through. The inside displays a cream colored crystalline glaze pattern. There are some pot marks or pitting from bubbles in the glaze. It Measures 1 ¾” tall x 5 ½’ in diameter.

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Rose Valley pottery vase in an interesting mottled and flambe glaze. Pieces of Rose Valley rarely surface. This has a 1 1/4 inch tight hairline running from neck, please see photo. Measures 7 1/4 inches tall.

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Van Briggle poppy vase in a wonderful green glaze showing just enough clay to make it appear that it is two color. Perfect condition. Dated 1907 and stands 6 1/2 inches tall.

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Large Roseville Pottery Carnelian II two handled vase. Great color and glaze. Excellent condition. There is no restoration and measures 8 1/4" tall and 10" wide.

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Dedham Pottery Rabbit Plate in excellent condition. Impressed mark on back. 8 ¾” in diameter.


Grueby Tile Frieze in exceptional condition framed in a new oak frame. We have full provenance with a copy of the original receipt. Tiles are signed and measure 6 inches square each, totaling 36" long. One of the finest examples of this we have seen.

Light blue production Rookwood produced in 1919 standing 7 1/2 inches tall in excellent condition. No restoration.

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Large 1905 Rookwood Vase in a mat green glaze with an Indian motif, perfect condition. This stands 13 inches tall. If you like large green pots you will love these two pieces of Rookwood.

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Large 1906 Rookwood Vase in a mat green glaze with an Indian motif, perfect condition. This stands 13 3/4 inches tall. If you like large green pots you will love these two pieces of Rookwood.

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Wannoppee Pottery. This little known pottery can be read about at click here. It is in very good condition, no restorations. Stands 8 inches tall. Signed with raised mark.

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Grueby cylinder vase in an wonderfully thick and leathery matte green glaze. A very simple form displaying the Arts and Crafts tradition. Excellent condition. 6 1/2" tall.

Walrath figural centerpiece bowl. This may be one of the largest and best examples of a figural bowl form that I have seen. The glaze is well controlled and perfectly fired. Excellent condition, no restoration. Stands 9 3/4" tall and is 9 1/2" in diameter.

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Grueby Pottery Co., Boston MA. This is a very nice and quite unusual piece of blue Grueby. Displaying carved panels and a frothy almost volcanic glaze. Notice the texture in the photo of the bottom. Perfect condition. 4 3/4 inches tall

A wonderful piece of excellent condition Grueby with yellow buds. Stands 11 3/4 inches tall.

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Fulper Vase: This piece measures 10" tall and displays colors of green, purple and an almost teal blue. It has a very organic appeal with the heavy glaze dripping over the collared neck and down the sides. Signed on the bottom with the impressed mark.

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Small Weller Jardinière which has become somewhat of a classic piece in many collections. This has a very nice warm green glaze and it is in very good condition with out any restoration. Measures 5 1/2" tall and is 7" in diameter.

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Rookwood Pottery vase with matte green with red overspray. Very good condition. No restoration. Bottom marked with Rookwood logo, VII, 1278E. Vase is 8 1/8" tall and 4 1/4" wide.

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Nice arts and crafts Marblehead Pottery blue vase. Excellent condition. No restoration. Bottom marked with Marblehead logo. Vase measure 7 3/4" tall and 7" in diameter.

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Large Wheatley Pottery Vase from Cincinnati, Ohio in very good condition, no restorations. This is a period Grueby look alike with the long carved leaves and deep green glaze. Stands 14 inches tall.

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Walley Pottery (1898 - 1919), William Walley, West Sterling, MA, This is a beautiful copper dust glazed pottery by a rare producer. Perfect condition. 4 3/4" tall x 3" in diameter.

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Fulper 3 Handled Squat Vase: Blue crystalline with dark and light blue colors. Measures: 6 ¼” tall x 8” in diameter. Some small Glaze-bubble pops along the rim and on the vase. Signed on the bottom “Fulper” with the # 564 stamped in as seen in the photo.

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Pewabic Pottery vase, this is a great example, the glaze is a lavender and green over a brilliant gold. The gold glaze has a gold leaf effect, quite interesting. This also has accentuated throwing lines that give it a horizontal ribbed look. Two very small base chips the size of pin heads otherwise perfect. 8" tall by 6" in diameter.

Newcomb College Pottery moon and moss vase as nice as we have seen. Deeply carved with exceptional definition and color. Thrown by Joseph Fortune Meyer and decorated by Henrietta Davidson Bailey. Produced in 1917. Excellent condition, no restoration. 6 inches tall.

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Walrath Scarab Flower Frog in excellent condition. Signed on bottom. Measures 3 5/8" long x 2 7/8" wide.

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Adelaide Robineau low bowl with a frothy warm matte gray glaze running over and into a high gloss blue brown with hints of green . Measures 2 inches tall and 6 inches in diameter.

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Nice arts and crafts (very large) Marblehead Pottery light brown vase. Excellent condition. No restoration. Bottom marked with Marblehead logo partially obscured by glaze. Vase measure 8 3/4" tall and 7 1/2" in diameter.

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Van Briggle center bowl. This may be the largest piece of dated (1905) Van Briggle that I have seen. Measures 13 1/2 inches in diameter and 5 1/2 inches tall.

Marblehead Pottery matte gray bud vase. Excellent condition. Marked Marblehead logo. Vase is 5 1/2" tall and 2 3/4" in diameter.

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Marblehead Pottery matte blue cylinder vase. Excellent condition. Marked Marblehead logo. Vase is 7 1/2" tall and 3" in diameter.

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North Dakota School of Mines, Grand Forks, ND, quality pottery from 1910 - 1949 under Margaret Kelley Cable.

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Rookwood Pottery vase with four lobs in a matte blue/green glaze. Excellent condition. No restoration. Bottom marked with Rookwood logo, XVI, 1089C. Vase is 3" tall and 4 3/4" wide.

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Walrath Pottery vase decorated in what appears to be a lemon tree branch. I was told it has a professional repair to hair line on rim, I can't see it. 4 3/4 inches tall.

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Grueby Vase with a leaves circling the body. Very nicely carved. The way the glaze was applied a two tone effect was achieved. This is in very good condition with a few acceptable edge chips. 7 1/4 inches tall by 4 1/4 inches in diameter. The mark is partially obscured by the glaze.

Grueby Pottery vase with alternating leaf and buds. This has a small rim restoration that in undetectable. 7 inches tall.

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Rookwood Pottery Vase. Very clean and impressive Vellum glaze vase decorated with cascading flora by Lenore Asbury in 1930. Marks on the bottom include the Rookwood logo, date, shape number, V and the artist's initials. Height 9 1/2"

Large gray Marblehead pottery vase, interesting form.  The glaze is actually gray with tiny brown flecks. Excellent condition. It measures 5 3/4 inches tall and 7 3/34 inches in diameter.

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Pisgah Forest crystalline glaze vase. Perfect condition. Stands 7 inches tall.

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Weller Claywood jardinière decorated with swimming fish, very animated. Very good condition and measures 7 1/4" tall x 10" in diameter.
Marblehead Vase in a deep blue glaze that they are known for. The tapering cylinder form was used by them in many different sizes and connects with the Arts and Crafts period nicely. Simple and elegant. This measures 7" tall and is 31/2" in diameter.
Teco Pottery vase. This was designed by W. L. B. Jenney and numbered 154 in the Teco catalog copyrighted in 1905. This is in excellent condition with no restorations and is signed twice with an impressed mark. This piece measures an impressive 10 1/2" tall and 8" in diameter.

Saturday Evening Girls miniature cabinet vase with a great little landscape, 5 colors. What a cute piece this is! Stands 3 1/2 inches tall with more impact than other large pieces I have seen.

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Grueby classic. This has a great even deep green glaze, crisp carving and the proverbial yellow buds. This may be one of the more pleasing Grueby vases that I have seen lately. The definition is excellent. There are a couple of bruises on the rim and acceptable flakes to the carved leaves. Stands 8 inches tall.

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Teco vase in perfect condition. Great form with an exceptional Teco glaze. Signed twice and a partial paper label.  8 7/8 inches tall.

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Marblehead Vase in the typical deep blue glaze that they are known for. The cylinder form was used by many companies during the period. Simple and elegant. 7 1/2" tall by 3" in diameter.
Fulper vase of classical form in a wonderful streaked matte "Wistaria" running into a beautiful "Elephant Breath" at the base. Perfect condition w/no restoration. 11 3/4" tall x 8" in diameter.
Fulper vase in possibly an experimental glaze. It starts as a cats eye with more black running through and terminates near the bottom with runs of blue. This combined with the hammered surface and heavy classical shape makes this a very interesting and beautiful piece. 11 3/4" tall x 9 3/4" in diameter without the handles.

Marblehead pottery vase by Arthur Baggs. If you collect pottery you know of Baggs and his incredibly important contribution to the field of American Art Pottery. This is a lovely piece with excellent definition in perfect condition. Stands 3 7/8 inches tall.

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Fulper Pottery two handled vase. This has a wonderful hammered texture surface that works great with this glaze. The handles are reticulated where they meet the vase at the neck and around the body. Excellent condition and measures 8 1/2 inches tall and 9 inches wide at the handles.
Van Briggle Vase decorated in what appears to be open poppies. This vase is quite tall with a very nice mottled glaze. It looks as if it were thrown as compared to being molded. Dated 1907. Measures 13 1/4" tall.
Newcomb College vase decorated in alternating blue flowers and green leaves. Marks on the bottom include NC/DB/JM/PP20
Fulper vase of classical form in a wonderful flambe' cream into blue at the base. Perfect condition with no restoration. 10" tall x 6" in diameter.
Rookwood Pottery scenic Vellum by Edward Diers. Very clean and impressive Vellum glaze vase decorated with a lake and forest scene. Marks on the bottom include the Rookwood logo, date-1924, shape number-2786, V and the artist's initials-ED, Edward Diers. Height-12"

This beautiful little Saturday Evenings Girl Pottery bowl measures only 2 inches tall and 5 1/2 inches in diameter. It has this lovely iconic Arts and Crafts landscape wrapped around the outside. In perfect condition.

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Marblehead pottery vase decorated with flowering trees, 4 color. Standing 5 3/8 inches tall with a very subtle Arts and Crafts feel in perfect condition. Decorated Marblehead is becoming harder and harder to come by.

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Grueby vase with an oatmeal glaze. The cylinder displays the simplicity of the period. This cylinder vase has an even leathery warm oatmeal colored glaze and is a nice change from the typical green. Simple form in wonderful condition. Stands 6 3/4" tall.

Grueby with a very nice blue glaze. Standing 6 1/4 inches tall and 5 inches in diameter this classic form is in excellent condition. The glaze is even with a small amount of curdling on the shoulder.

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Large Grueby Pottery vase modeled by Miss Gertrude Priest. This is a wonderfully large and impressive piece. displaying crisp modeling and an even mottled green glaze that Grueby is know for. In my opinion this is a better example than the one in the Newark Museum collection. Mint condition. Stands 10 1/2" tall.
Wheatly Vase, this is quite large measuring 12" tall x 10 1/2" in diameter. It has three buttressed legs and has carved leaves alternating with buds running nearly the full height of the piece. The glaze is a wonderful curdled matte green. Mint condition with no restoration.
Grueby Vase with pinched rim and alternating leaves and buds. The way the glaze was applied a two tone effect was achieved. Decorator is obscured by the heavy glaze. This is in good condition with a few small edge chips. 8 3/8 inches tall by 5 1/2 inches wide at the widest point of the top.
Rookwood vase by Marianna Mitchell who worked from 1901 to 1905. Excellent condition and stands 7 inches tall.
Grueby Pottery Co., Boston MA. This is a very nice and quite rare piece of three color Grueby. Displaying carved leaves in a soft blue glaze with white buds and green stems. I had a very slight hairline professionally and invisibly restored. 5 14 inches tall
Hampshire pottery low vase/bowl, this has an incised decoration of some sort of a organic motif running around the shoulder of the piece. (if anyone knows what this decoration is please let me know) Excellent condition with no restoration. 2 5/8" tall x 5 1/2" in diameter
Van Briggle vase from the late twenties, excellent condition. Stands 7 1/8 inches tall.
Teco vase, a very futuristic form, this has a very nice smooth matte green glaze with nice charcoaling. Signed with a partial paper label and "Teco" stamped twice. 8 3/4" tall
Grueby vase with a very unusual glaze. Excellent condition with no restoration, measures 6 1/2" tall x 4 1/4" in diameter.
Grueby Vase with a leaves circling the body. Very nicely carved with an outstanding leathery matte glaze, well executed. This is in very good condition with a few acceptable tiny edge chips. 9 inches tall.  The mark is partially obscured by the glaze.
Rookwood vase by Sara Sax who worked from 1896 to 1931. Excellent condition, virtually un-crazed. It does have two small glaze pops. Stands 6 1/8 inches tall.
Weller Pottery moth vase. Excellent condition. 4 1/8 inches tall.
Rookwood vase with a rose and matte green glaze. This is a very pleasing Arts and Crafts piece produced in 1914. Excellent condition,  7 1/2 inches tall.
Hampshire pottery cabinet vase in the curdled matte blue/green glaze. 5" tall x 3" in diameter.
Rookwood wax matte ovoid vase by Elizabeth Lincoln, dated 1926. Hand painted with red flowers and green foliage on a red fading to green butterfat background. Excellent condition 7 3/4" tall by 3 1/2" in diameter.
Fulper bud vase with a beautiful blue crystalline glaze in mint condition. This is an elegant decorative piece that should be bought to use. This would also look great in a cabinet. 8 3/8" tall
Rookwood production vase with a Leaf pattern around base. Covered in a very nice matte green feathering to blue glaze. Flame mark 1919 and the mold number 2283. Mint condition. 5 1/4" tall x 3 3/8" dia