Design attributed to George Prentiss Kendrick (American, 1850–1919)
Decoration attributed to Eva Russell (active c. 1905)
Grueby Faience Company, Boston, Massachusetts (1894–1909)
37.5 x 20.3 x 20.3 cm (14 3/4 x 8 x 8 in.)
Impressed on bottom in circle with centered lotus blossom: GRUEBY•POTTERY / BOSTON • U•S•A; 5/25; and the initials ER
Restricted gift of the Antiquarian Society; through prior acquisition of the B. F. Ferguson Fund; Skinner Sales Proceeds Fund; Wesley M. Dixon, Jr., and Roger and J. Peter McCormick endowments; through prior acquisition of the Antiquarian Society; Goodman, Simeon B. Williams, Harriet A. Fox, and Mrs. Wendell Fentress Ott funds; Highland Park Community Associates; Charles R. and Janice Feldstein Endowment Fund for Decorative Arts, 2008.558
Art Institute of Chicago, "Apostles of Beauty: Arts and Crafts from Britain to Chicago," November 7, 2009-January 31, 2010, cat. 57.
Jordan Volpe Gallery, by early 1980s; West Coast Private Collection; Gregg Seibert, Bernardsville, N. J., c. 1999; sold to the Art Institute