The company that eventually became the Fulper Pottery of Flemington, NJ began in 1814 by potter Samuel Hill, manufacturing a line of utility ware from local red earthenware clay. Though they had been producing a simplistic line of art ware during the first years of the twentieth century, it was the hiring of ceramist Martin Stangl in 1910 that led to the development of new shapes and glazes which brought Fulper Pottery to the forefront of American art pottery manufacturers. Beginning in the 1920’s the company produced and marketed lines under both the Fulper and Stangl names, and was finally incorporated as the Stangl Pottery Company in 1955. This enchanting Stangl Pillow Vase is in the Cosmos pattern, shape #3413, and is covered in a creamy white matte glaze. Condition is excellent, with a very minor glaze chip at the base edge that is nearly imperceptible when upright, free from all other chipping, cracking, crazing or restoration. Marked with impressed “STANGL U.S.A 3413”. H 7.5”, W 3.5”, L 7.5”.
Item ID: 1222
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