Stunning RumRill Red Wing pottery trumpet flower console dish #492 in matte white glaze. Designed by American potter, George Rumrill, for Red Wing Pottery located in Red Wing, Minnesota. The coveted trumpet flower design was part of Rumrill's Manhattan Group. RumRill pottery was produced for only a short time from 1933-1938. Production was then moved to Shawnee Pottery in 1938 and again to Florence Pottery that same year, but the pottery burned to the ground in 1941. Production was taken over by Gonder Ceramic Arts, who ceased producing RumRill in 1943. This piece is in excellent condition with no damage and displays beautifully, showcasing George Rumrill's talent for pottery design. The piece measures approximately 8" in length and 5 3/4" wide, standing 3" tall at the trumpet flowers. It is spectacular in it's simplicity and pieces in the trumpet flower design are especially hard to come by.