Antique Rookwood Decanter w/Cherries #674 Standard Glaze E.T. Hurley 1902
Rookwood Pottery decanter with Standard Glaze, decorated with hand-painted cherries by E. T. Hurley. Mark indicates 1902, shape 674. Hurley was one of the most accomplished and long-term artists employed by the pottery. Shaded brown background, changes dramatically under different light. Measures 9"h to top of pointed stopper; 4.5" diameter. Cork intact. Shiny glaze shows a few scratches to the surface, and piece has overall crazing of the glaze as expected. No chips or cracks to the pottery. Sold as is; email if further photos are needed. Inglenook Antiques...Established 1989.
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