This impressive Fulper jar stands a tall and bulbous 13" high by 7" in diameter. It has a handsome and bulbous form, with ring handles at its sides. Shipping will be based upon your zip code because of its large size. Please ask if questions. This vase, shape number 574, is glazed in a rich blue over pale rose flambe glaze. It is marked with the raised racetrack mark, which is very hard to see in the photos, but it is visible in hand, dating it to c1917-1927. This handsome vase is in very stable condition, with a drill hole in the center base. The drill hole goes through a good portion of the mark, with splintering as can be seen in the photos. It likely has spent much of its life as a lamp, a common thing for a large Fulper pot in the day. It has the usual glaze nuances common to Fulper pots, with several glaze pops/pinholes as can be seen in the photos. This vessel makes a nice Arts & Crafts presentation!