Fulper Pottery, bulldog figurine doorstop covered in a mustard matte glaze, with flecks of blue and green crystalline glaze, ca. 1915.
Pottery doorstops in the forms of domestic animals is an idea borrowed
from the Chinese. This example is adorned with one of Fulper's most
distinctive and original color combinations.
Marked with a vertical ink-stamp monogram.
This piece was included in the Jordan-Volpe Gallery's 1979 exhibit, "Fulper Art Pottery: An Aesthetic Appreciation, 1909-1929." See page 57 of the exhibition catalogue.
8 3/4" (22.4 cm) high; 10" (24.4 cm) long
Condition: Excellent; no damage, chips, cracks, or repairs.