Vases small at the base, widening upwards in the side-to-side direction but staying small front-to-back. Usually made by compressing an upward-flaring cone.
Premier Pottery's first recorded fan vase did not appear until well into the Early Series (Early Series 341). Early Series 475 was next, which carried over into the 500 Series and was an early entrant in the Later Series (Later Series 4) where it went on to become one of Remued's most popular post-war shapes. Fan vases were at their most popular in the 1950s and 60s. There were more fan vases in the 'A' Series / Kerryl range than ever appeared as Remued.