11/4/05 "Thumbnail" sized pictures were increased throughout the Site to make viewing easier.Browse through the pottery lines to take a look at new, larger pictures.Between 19 examples of Fulper Pottery sold by Prang were marked with the following mark.After 1916, Fulper pottery sold by Prang was marked with the later Fulper stamp.3/23/ through 1978 Brush Catalog Index is finally complete!Every shape which appears in these catalogs has now been indexed in numerical order.This 20th century company is well-known both for its artware and universal lines of tableware, as well as ornamental pieces and down-to-earth pottery of numerous kinds.The majority of its fine artware which is ardently sought after was produced prior to 1930.
A variety of marks were used by the company throughout its years of prodution.
In 1936, Roseville started using the die-impressed trademark along with the corresponding shape number and size (photos 4 and 5).
Roseville patterns such as Pinecone that was produced over a long period of time often confuse new Roseville collectors, due to the variety of marks used during the pattern's years of production.
Two examples of this mark have been documented one with serif font the other without.
Fulper Vasecraft Paper Label Some examples of Fulper Pottery produced between 19 were marked with this paper label.