Amelia Browne Sprague (American, 1870-1951) for Rookwood Pottery, United States. Studio pottery vase decorated with flowers. Stamped along the bottom with a Rookwood Pottery "RP" mark, numbered "900C," and signed. Founded by Maria Longworth Storer Nichols in 1880, Rookwood was one of the first female-led pottery manufacturers.Height: 8 1/4 in x width: 4 1/2 in.
No visible cracks or losses. No visible signs of restoration under UV light. No major chip; there is a minute chip to the underside. Crazing to the glaze throughout. Light wear throughout. Along the exterior, there is a minute white accretion that does not alter the overall appearance of the vase; please see the listing image. Along the interior, there is a light hairline crack, measuring approx 4 in, that is not visible from the exterior. Along the underside, there is wear and light grey discoloration as shown in the listing image.
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