An antique Rookwood pottery vase of teardrop form, with narrow neck, with two-tone, matte glaze of blue gradating to cream and floral decoration. In response to the Arts and Crafts movement, Rookwood created the Vellum glaze in 1904, with a matte surface and slightly frosted background.
Rookwood Pottery (Cincinnati, OH, 1880-1967, 2005-present) | Decorator: Edith Lavette Wildman (active 1911-13)
Impressed: Rookwood logo, (date mark) XII, artist's monogram, (shape number) 1872, (Vellum) V.
Width 3 Depth 3 Height 8.5 in.
Note: some crazing.