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beautiful tall vintage blue and white marbleized Royal Haeger vase accentuated
by a top rim that is scalloped. It is marked and has it's original
label. The mark is black ink and reads: Royal Haeger / USA and the label
is gold with a black crown and lettering: Royal-Haeger / Dundee,
good condition, no
cracks, just three small chips (ceramic is exposed) to the underside of the
scalloped edging. They are together, so if you turn the vase you don't even
notice them. These small areas could be colored and glazed easily.
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Haeger History: d David
1871, the same year as the great Chicago fire, a young German immigrant named
H. Haeger founded the company originally known as Dundee Brickyard. Over
the next 130 years under four generations of family leadership, this small town
brick-maker was to become America's oldest and largest production pottery.
Haeger's famous glazes, frequently imitated but never successfully copied have
always been made by expert craftsmen. Royal Haeger: In 1938 design genius Royal Hickman joined the company to introduce an
extraordinary line of art ware, called Royal Haeger.
Hickman’s work was daringly intricate with smooth, flowing lines and
highly original glazes. Public
demand in the late 1930's for Royal Haeger was immediate and strong
and extended into the 1970’s.