A 1907 Rookwood Pottery vase by Rookwood decorator Cecil A. Duell, having a bellied rim with embossed floral pattern to the exterior, in a deep matte green glaze. Signed to the underside.
A native of Missouri, Duell decorated pieces at Rookwood from 1907 to 1915, known for his use of matte green glazes popular in the Arts and Crafts period. The underside is stamped with the Rookwood Pottery maker’s mark and “VII” underneath for 1907, the pattern number “935D”, and the artist’s mark “C.A.D”.
|Marks:||Maker’s Mark, Date Code, Pattern|
|Maker:||Cecil A. Duell (American, 1889-1946)|
|Signature:||“C.A.D.” mark to underside.|
- with scratches and crazing; glaze run chip from kiln shelf to base rim, as made, with ground glaze runs to underside.