The white vases have a vertical horn of plenty with the base having large leaves. There are ridges on the horn and the base. This pair of vases are marked RUMRILL. Around the 1930's a salesman, George Rumrill, made a deal with Red Wing where he would sell their pottery around the country but under his last name "RumRill". There are many pieces that are made by Red Wing but marked in this second name. There is an H 14 on both vases as well as a name. Someone has tried to make out the impressed name on one and written in pencil. The each measure 7 1/2" tall. They are in good condition. There is a flake on one.
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Variety: Of Antiques & Collectibles. Pottery, China,- Pottery. Tins, Boxes, Paintings, Prints
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