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This fluted vase was made by Rookwood pottery in 1949. As commercial ware, it is undecorated and unsigned. However, Rookwood records reveal that the shape for the mold was created by John D. Wareham and Reuben E. Menzel. The interior glaze is a light yellow. The medium green glaze on the outside most likely comes from the Celadon glaze line, which was introduced in 1915 and discontinued in 1960.

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  DSCN3967_edited.JPG - This fluted vase was made by Rookwood pottery in 1949.  As commercial ware, it is undecorated and unsigned.  However, Rookwood records reveal that the shape for the mold was created by John D. Wareham and Reuben E. Menzel.  The interior glaze is a light yellow.  The medium green glaze on the outside most likely comes from the Celadon glaze line, which was introduced in 1915 and discontinued in 1960.  
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