This Camark Pottery Aqua Ewer-shaped vase was made in Arkansas and still bears the Foil Label in the shape of its home state. An all-over robin's egg blue glaze decorates this glossy ewer-shaped pitcher. The long sloping handle creates a modernistic unbroken curved line from the bottom of the vase to the top where the handle gives way to the opening that continues the upward slope.
This little pitcher vase measures 5-inches tall and 3-inches in diameter at its widest.
Made by Camark Pottery circa 1940 to 1960, the foil label reads "Camark Pottery" in silver on blue. The label is shaped like the state of Arkansas and includes a silver leaf. There is a handwritten 35 on the bottom.
There are two glaze pops slightly larger than the head of a pin towards the center and another at the curve on the base. The glaze is thin along the edge of the pouring spout giving it a rough feel. There is no damage other than these factory flaws.