What started as a therapeutic program by a doctor, Hubert Hall, in 1904, the Marblehead pottery company eventually emerged into a sizable firm producing numerous shapes in earthtone colors up until 1936 when they finally closed. The company created many solid/blended shapes as well as highly sought after decorated and carved examples. During the 1920s the company was known to produce many pieces of production art pottery, however, continued the high quality recognized in their earlier works. Many of the examples were of solid colors especially in blue, green, brown, and yellow. This particular cabinet vase actually has three colors, a blended yellow with brown mottling with a pink interior. The vase stands 3 3/8” tall, the opening 2 1/2” across as is the base. The classic MP cipher mark is very tough to see, I can make out part of the “P”. The vase is definitely Marblehead Pottery work. In factory original condition, I can fine no damage or repairs whatsoever on this item. The inside is very clean without any staining or residue from use. A wonderful example from the famous company in Marblehead, Massachusetts to place in your collection. I have provided numerous pictures of this super nice piece.
Marblehead Pottery Cabinet Vase