RumRill Pottery was the brainchild of Texan George Rumrill, a savvy salesman who, in 1930, started the Arkansas Products Company, which sold art pottery produced by the likes of Niloak and Camark. Rumrill began producing a line of pottery under the RumRill name, farming out his designs to be manufactured at established companies such as Red Wing in Minnesota and various Ohio potteries including Shawnee and Gonder. RumRill pottery ceased operations upon his death in 1943.
This dramatic and hard to find RumRill pottery console bowl or planter, produced by Red Wing circa 1935, features spectacular looping scroll handles covered in a stunning pink matte glaze with green overspray.
Condition is excellent, free from chipping, cracking, crazing or restoration, with minor factory glaze thinness near the lower portion.
Marked with die-impressed " 303 RumRill ".
H 6", W 5.25", L 11.5", base 5.5" x 4".