Offering a vintage, glazed ceramic, mantel spill vase.
This charming vase for the paper spills used to carry fire from the fireplace, to lanterns, lamps and pipes, was made sometime in the 1910's - 1920's.
Featured is a young girl holding a garland of flowers and standing next to a tree trunk.
Beautiful bright colors and excellent shiny glaze lead me to suspect this is majolica, but I do not know that for sure.
The spill vase stands a bit over 6" in height. It measures about 3 1/2" in width.
There are some impressed numbers on the base.
There are some condition issues; The two front corners of the girls purple coat each have a small chip. The edge of her coat sleeve also has some rough nicks along it. Her hat has a small sliver chip on the edge. One green flower on her garland has a glaze rub. Light crazing.