IOOF Odd Fellows Rebekah Vase Red Wing Egyptian Urn 159

This is one of two vases that sat on a fireplace mantle, flanking the Charter in a Rebekah lodge room. Most Rebekah lodges had at least one replica of the urn Rebekah used to draw water from the well (as in the Biblical story of Rebekah at the well). These are particularly nice examples as most often the urns were inexpensive ceramic, metal or wood replicas. This is a vintage Red Wing pottery vase, #159. It is Egyptian style, 12" high and base is 4" in diameter. Its colors are off-white and deep green. T are no chips, cracks, paint flecks. T is very light crazing on the top portion, but it does not detract.

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