This impressive Rookwood Production vase stands a respectable 11" high by 4" in diameter. It has a tall slender form, with a bulb-like base. This form, shape 2740, was designed by Rookwood's Kataro Shirayamadani. It is decorated with a trellis of blossoms, in an Asian-style motif, a very pleasing design. This vase is glazed in a handsome matte brown/mocha ground glaze, which thins at the high points, allowing the clay color to peek through, a nice accent. It is well marked and it is dated 1924, along with a wheel-ground 'x'. It is in factory mint condition, with grinding marks to very thick glaze at the bottom of the vase. There is a tiny no harm grinding rub on the base edge side, which is the reason for the 'x', and we show this in the photos. This tall vessel makes a very handsome Arts & Crafts presentation.
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