Wilhelmine Rehm arrived at the Rookwood factory in 1927 and began a career decorating pottery, soon becoming a popular artist. Her work exhibited a skill matched only by a few artist at the company. She implemented a style of abstract deco using nature as her subject. This example can be viewed as a sunny autumn day overlooking a forest of conical trees in various stages of changing color with winter on the horizon. I believe this vase falls into the double vellum or possibly the decorated mat lines marketed by Rookwood in the 1920’s into the 1940’s. This fine vessel measures 6 1/4” tall with the top spanning 3” diameter. The bottom reveals the standard company logo, year 1928 along with the shape/size number 2917 E and the cypher WR for Wilhelmine Rehm. After thorough examination and cleaning this vase is in pristine original condition with no damages or repairs. There is no staining or residue on the inside from use. I believe this masterpiece most likely sat in a cabinet all these years and was never used only admired. A prize for any pottery collection. Due to the value, this piece will be double boxed, shipped FedEx ground home delivery, fully insured. Thank you.