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This is a Hull S-6-R Parchment and Pine Cornucopia Vase. It is 10 1/2 tall and is a left handed cornucopia. In this pattern, cornucopias (and in some other patterns as well) are either left or right handed depending on which direction the decoration faces and the piece is so marked. The vase has decorated embossed very realistic pine boughs with cones in a high gloss Pine Green and Pearl Gray finish with brown trim. The vase was manufactured by the Hull Pottery Company of Crooksville, Ohio. The production dates are 1951 to 1954. It is marked on the bottom in incised script Hull S-6-R. The Cornucopia (the left hand version) is pictured in "The Collector's Ultimate Encyclopedia of Hull Pottery", Volume 1, by Brenda Roberts at page 222, Plate 170 Row 3, Item 1.  It has a thin scratch on the back side which you can see in the photo. I find no crazing, chips, cracks or mold flaws other than the scratched.

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Hull Parchment and Pine Cornucopia Vase

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