Each vase is bulbous on the bottom, narrows at the neck, and then curves outward to a flat, wide top. The monochromatic oriental red affects the eye so that it is immediately drawn to the vase upon entering a room. This simple, yet elegant Cowan vase dates to c. 1930. Cowan was an important potter in the transition from Victorian to Modern pottery in America. His factory was located in Cleveland, Ohio. This piece is a classic example of his work.
H: 8 ¼ in (21 cm)