FULPER POTTERY VASEBlack printed mark.
4 1/2 x 4 1/4 in. diam.
Minor wear. Ground glazed to the foot from the firing process. In good condition.Not withstanding this report or any discussion concerning condition of a lot, all lots are offered and sold "as is" in accordance with our conditions of sale.
Collection of Five American Arts and Crafts Green-Glazed Pottery, consisting of a Bybee spherical vase with quatrefoil lip, a Niloak miniature five-aperture crows vase, a Rookwood circular frog dated 1928, a stylish columnar chamberstick possibly by the Fulper Pottery and a rare United States Encaustic Tile Company pierced dried weeds vase, first quarter 20th century, h. 1-1/2\" to 5-1/2\".
FULPER POTTERY VASE WITH BLACK MIRROR CRYSTALLINE GLAZE Fulper pottery vase with black mirror crystalline glaze, incised oval factory mark, 6"h. Provenance: Property from the estate of Steve Yvaska, long time noted Antiques and Art journalist for San Jose Mercury News, San Jose, CA
A FULPER POTTERY LOW BOWL WITH BLUE CRYSTALLINE GLAZE A Fulper Pottery low bowl with blue crystalline glaze, 1920/1930s, printed oval factory mark, 2.5"h x 13.5"dia, together with a Panama Pottery urn form vase, unmarked, 12"h 
Fulper Pottery. collection of six bud vases. 1909-20, glazed earthenware. 6½ h × 2 dia in. result: $1,125. estimate: $1,000–1,500. Vases feature a variety of flambé glazes. Each example marked ‘Fulper’. Provenance: Important Private Collection, New York
Fulper Pottery. vase. 1917-23, Butterscotch Flambé glazed earthenware. 11¾ h × 8¾ dia in. result: $1,040. estimate: $1,000–1,500. Raised vertical racetrack mark to underside 'Fulper'. Provenance: David Rago Auctions | Important Private Collection, New York
Fulper Pottery. four-handled vase. 1917-23, Mirror Black glazed earthenware. 8¼ h × 8¼ dia in. result: $1,875. estimate: $700–900. Raised vertical racetrack mark to underside ‘Fulper’. Provenance: David Rago Auctions | Important Private Collection, New York
Fulper Pottery. four-handled vase. c. 1912, Venetian Blue and Olive Crystalline glazed earthenware. 13½ h × 11¾ dia in. result: $2,500. estimate: $1,000–1,500. Stamped rectangular manufacturer's mark to underside 'Fulper'. Provenance: Jordan-Volpe Gallery, New York | Important Private Collection, New York
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