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Arts and Crafts Pottery

from Flemington New Jersey

The company that became Fulper Pottery was begun in 1814 in Flemington, New Jersey by a Samuel Hill, a potter originally from New Brunswick, New Jersey. The name changed when the company was purchased by Abram Fulper, one of Hill's potters. Abram's grandson, William H. Fulper II was the moving force behind Fulper Pottery's becoming a prominent manufacturer of art pottery. William saw great profit potential for the the introduction of Art Pottery into the company's catalog. At the turn of the century, pottery collecting was enjoying great popularity, especially fine examples of antique classical and Chinese pottery. Collectors and museums were scrambling for decorative pottery.

By Word War I, the popularity of Vasekraft shapes was fading. The line was renamed "Fulper Pottery Artware" with newly designed shapes based on English and Spanish Revival styles. Despite these changes, in 1935, Fulper Pottery Artware production was ceased at the Flemington location.

Fulper Form:
Prime Color:
Total items in collection: 199. Total items on page 15

Image Catalog ID Type Description Fulper Form Prime Color ID
8004 Bowls Candy Bowl 500 Blue, Dark 89849
8003 Bowls Candy Bowl 500 Blue, Flambe 89847
8013 Bowls Candy Bowl 500 Green, Forest 91070
8002 Bowls Candy Bowl 500 Purple 89846
8006 Bowls Console Bowl Blue, Dark 90351
8010 Bowls Covered Bowl 049 Green, Forest 90368
8014 Bowls Covered Bowl 049 Purple, Wistaria 91074
8008 Bowls Ferner Low Bowl 520 Blue, Flambe 90360
8006 Bowls Ferner Low Bowl 520 Green, Dark 90357
8005 Bowls Ferner Low Bowl 520 Green, Mint 90341
8009 Bowls Ferner Low Bowl 520 Tan 90363
8000 Bowls Flower Petal Platter Aqua 89777
8011 Bowls Greek Kylix 503 Green, Pea 91068
8012 Bowls Greek Kylix 503 Ivory 91069
8001 Bowls Greek Kylix 503 Red 89797