Very Rare! Farr Brothers Matte Green Squat Vase 1909

for your consideration is a truely rare piece of American Art Pottery. This matte green vase was produced by the the Farr Brothers from Oskaloosa, Iowa in 1909. Charles L. and John M. Farr were twin brothers that produced art pottery in a shed behind their home in Oskaloosa from 1907 until 1915. The brothers are especially known for the glazes they dipped their pottery into. This vase is a gorgeous, deep, matte green drip glaze with a yellow, high glazed, interior. The glaze is so thick that in some areas you can feel a ripple from w the drip hardened. The vase is approxiamtely 3" tall and has a diameter of almost 5". The rim opening diameter is 2 3/8". The piece is marked on the bottom as seen in the listing photo. T are no chips, cracks, hairlines or repairs on the body of this vase. You can see that on the bottom t are two areas that I believe were done in the manufacturing of the vase. At about 9:00 you will see a clay loss to the circular ring - but if you look closey to the left of this loss, the glaze is still intact which shows that the loss was present before the glaze was applied.At about 5:00 in the same photo of the bottom, you will see a similar clay loss or indent - but in this case, the glaze does show a miss in the ring. If this was, indeed, done after the manufacturing of the piece, it must have been done almost ... read more