This is a Japanese earthenware vase that was bought
by Verda Hardesty Moffat (1887-1964). She was born in Rosalia, Washington
and was part of the Moffat Drug Store family. While not an artist by trade,
she hand -painted this vase in 1918 as a hobby, which most ladies did
as a past time back then. A studio artist would sign within the art on the
vase but a hobby artist would sign and date on the bottom of the vase or porcelain item.
The building actually looks to be symbol
of the Mason's compass and not a windmill. This vase has a current value of
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