Spectacular glaze on this 1926 Paul Revere Pottery vase.
The top half of the vase has a volcanic blue/gray glaze with a darker peacock blue glaze dripping down over it The lower half of the vase has a black glaze that is heavily applied and flows down from a wavy, irregular line where it was put on. You can feel a ridge of glaze in places at the top of the black glaze. The blue drips down into the black in places. Really a wonderful, organic glaze treatment.
The base is marked P.R.P. 12 - 26. You have to hold the base at a slanting angle to the light to see the mark, but once you get it it's quite clear.
The vase measures about 4 1/4" high.
One of the nicest examples of Paul Revere Pottery I've seen.
Early American antiques, Folk Art, early Pottery and Porcelain
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