This Fulper Pottery jug/pitcher stands 6.5" high by 8.5" across by 6.5" in diameter. It has a pleasing full-bodied form, like a water pitcher, with a scrolled handle. It is glazed in a handsome butterscotch, speckled in blue, with brownish glaze effects at the rim, in a flambe-style glaze. This pitcher is marked with the Fulper name and its shape number, along with the initials 'EL', dating it to circa 1927-1934. It is in factory original condition, with the usual glaze nuances and splinters at the base edge from factory grinding. This vessel makes a very handsome presentation!
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