This small (4-1/2") vase is Fulper's Shouldered Oviform Vase (model No. 13). It bears the Squat Rectangular Ink mark, which dates it 1910-1916.
A set of fifteen cabinet vases is shown in the 1912 and 1914 Vasekraft catalogs. Because they were assigned model numbers 1-15, some Fulper collectors call this set of vases the “First Fifteen.”
This scarce vase is in excellent condition, and has no chips or cracks. It has Fulper's typical scattered and minor pitting to the glaze surface.
The Flambé glaze is a mirror glaze and highly reflective, which is why my photos vary so much in color.
This vase may be see on page 193 of "American Art Pottery" by David Rago.
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