By the 1860's the former Hill Pottery was owned by Abram (aka Abraham) Fulper and was called Fulper Pottery. In 1899 it was incorporated as Fulper Pottery Company, and in 1935 all production of Fulper Art Pottery ceased.
This rare Fulper Flower Frog has the requisite 5 holes and a wonderful green glaze, highlighted with gold tones. It is not marked but from 1909-1916 paper identification labels were used on the bottom and they did not usually survive. The base measures 4 1/4" in diameter and it is 4 3/4" from the back of the base to the tip of the nose. It stands 2 1/2" tall. There is a small glaze pop on the base that measures 1/4" across and is barely noticeable when in a sitting position but I have also taken a close-up.
There are no chips or cracks and the condition is considered excellent.
This exquisite Fulper Flower Frog would be the focal point of any collection, whether it be Fulper Art Pottery, Frogs, or Flower Frogs in general.
It would also make a great paperweight, desk, coffee table or bookshelf ornament.
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