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Ephraim Art Pottery, Carved Leaves Leaves & Buds, Grueby Pottery Style, Earliest Mark~~~

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For sale is a lovely art pottery vase made by Epraim Pottery of Lake Mills, Wisconsin. I have a wonderful vase that is influenced by Grueby Pottery of Boston, Mass. The vase is a nice size as it stands 7 5/8" tall and is 5 1/2" in diameter. The bottom has a diameter of 3 5/8" in diameter.

The vase depicts a pentagon or 5 sided shape on a deep and rich matte green glazed body. The vase is decorated with vertical tooled leaves that are further accented with flower buds growing between the leaves from the shoulder of the vessel to just under the top. These buds are glazed with green stems and yellow buds. The detail is just outstanding as you can see veining in both the leaves and the buds as well as the decorative ribbing along the out edges of the leaves.

The vase is considered to be in excellent condition as there are no cracks, nicks, chips or dings. The vase is signed on the bottom with impressed "EPRAIM FAIENCE POTTERY" in a circle cipher mark. It is to my understanding that this is a retired form and considered the earliest of all the marks they used. I would say this piece was made circa 1996-1997. This was the very beginning for them and considered the earliest of their vases they produced.

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