This impressive and handsome Fulper vase stands nearly 10" high by 6.5" in diameter. It has a wonderful full-bodied form, with a subtley ringed neckline, Fulper shape number D526. It is cloaked in a gorgeous mix of semi-matte thick glazes, a true Copperdust glaze, with a great shimmer. This vase is marked on the base with the racetrack ink stamp mark, dating this vase to circa 1917-1934. It also bears an incised shape number D526. It is in good condition, with the usual glaze nuances common to Fulper pots, and a drill hole in the base, having been used as a lamp for much of its life. The dark circles marks are shadows from camera glare, the glaze is quite uniform. This beautifully glazed vessel makes a stellar Arts & Crafts presentation!