Rare Annie E. Aldrich and Sarah Tutt Marblehead Pottery Vase, Marblehead, Massachusetts, c. 1909, landscape vase in the style of Arthur Wesley Dow depicting haystacks in a marsh, designed by Annie E. Aldrich and decorated by Sarah Tutt; made by John Swallow, marked with an "M" and partial "P" flanking a sailing ship and the letters "A" and "T" beneath the Marblehead mark, ht. 8 1/2, dia. of mouth 4 3/4 in.
Note: One of four known examples, the others are in the collections of a private collection, the Art Institute of Chicago and the Two Red Roses Foundation.
Some roughness on the rim and some peppering.
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