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This Royal Haeger mid-century vase stands 6" high by 9.5" in diameter at the rim and 4.5" at the base.  It has an inverted hat form, with a brushed ware glaze in a dead mat finish. The glaze has very organic qualities, hand-painted in varying striped bands of color. If there is a factory line name for this pattern it cannot easily be found in any of my references, sorry. Ed Blas called it 'Brushed Ware' and that is good enough for me. This vessel is well marked Royal Haeger, USA, on its felt bottom, which is worn, but intact.  It is in factory original condition, with the usual glaze nuances and handling marks on a bisque finish, but no apologies.

Royal Haeger Mid- Century Modern 'Brushed Ware' Bisque Hat Vase c1960s-70s

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