Circa early 1900's, this rare and seldom seen Denver Denaura Denura pottery vase stands 8" tall, has a rim opening of 3", sits on a base that is 3" across, and is 5" in diameter. The molded design is decorated with a repeating floral pattern of tulips with leaves and stems. It is glazed in a smooth, semi-matte green color on a wonderful shouldered shape. Good color and mold, overall fine crazing, as pictured, on one of the leaves at a high point, there is a very small nick.
No other cracks, chips, hairlines, or repairs. Marked under base "Denaura", "117", a mold mark, and a couple of indecipherable marks. William Long founded Lonhuda Pottery, which was eventually bought by Sam Weller, and Mr. Long stayed with Weller Pottery for a short period before moving to Owens Pottery. Long then moved to Colorado for a brief period, and then moved again to Newark, NJ, where he organized the Clifton Art Pottery company.
Whether Arts and Crafts, Mission, Modern, or your matt green collection, this vase will make a wonderful addition. We hope that you enjoy viewing our selection of pottery in the store. Check back often as we are always adding new items. You can also find us on Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest and Twitter.
The item "DENVER DENAURA DENURA ARTS AND CRAFTS MATT GREEN 8 TALL VASE" is in sale since Monday, December 30, 2019. This item is in the category "Pottery & Glass\Pottery & China\Art Pottery\Other Art Pottery". The seller is "potsinacnj" and is located in Absecon, New Jersey.This item can be shipped to North, South, or Latin America, all countries in Europe, all countries in continental Asia.