This beautiful Hull ewer is in a high gloss Woodland pattern with pink flowers. The colors are a soft fading blue at the top with a deep green at the base and branch handle. There is a pink blossom open on one side and a small pink bud on the other side.
Hull's Woodland patterns date from the mid to late 1940's through the very early 1950's. The ewer is marked with the cursive, "Hull W3 – 5 1/2" U.S.A.". The high gloss glaze is more difficult to find than the more common matte glazes.
The ewer measures 5 1/2" high and is 4" wide from spout to the outer edge of the branch handle.
Condition is excellent to mint with no chips, cracks, crazing or repair. It is a beautiful example of Hull Pottery.
History: Hull Pottery was founded by A.E. Hull in 1905 in Crooksville, Ohio and quickly established a strong market, earning a reputation for producing high quality ceramics. By the 1920's they were producing art pottery that most commonly had pastel matte glazes. Hull Pottery is prized among collectors and continues to gain value.