Size is the first thing that struck me when I found this vase/ewer. I had to hunt for a little while to find the Dawn pattern because the number on the bottom is indistinct. I believe the number code for the Dawn pattern is 884.
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Excellent & beautiful small Roseville green Bushberry with brown double handles and peach colors and berries. Marked Roseville USA 29-6". This vase comes to you pristine condition just as it left the Roseville artist's studio who created it almost 70 years ago.
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This find is a Roseville Urn in the Russco pattern, introduced in 1934. There is crazing. I only wiped for dust. There is a concentration of bubbles on one side created during production. I do not charge a handling fee.
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UP FOR THE AUCTION IS A BEAUTIFUL ANTIQUE ART DECO ERA ROSEVILLE POTTERY DOUBLE HANDLED VASE IN BLUE /GREEN COLOR IN WATER LILLY PATTERN # 79-9".
ROSEVILLE POTTERY MADE IN U.S.A.
IT IS 9 1/4" HIGH 7,5" ACROSS FROM HANDLE TO HANDLE.
IT HAS A FEW MINOR FLAKE CHIPS AT THE FLOWER PETALS , MINOR CRAZING.
THANK YOU FOR LOOKING AND PLEASE CONTACT ME WITH ANY QUESTIONS
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This is a pink colored flower frog arranger with a foxglove design (design originally released in the 1940s) that is marked 46. It is roughly 4" tall and 4.75" wide. No chips cracks, breaks, or repairs that I can see.
This is a green console bowl with a clematis design (design originally released in 1944) and is marked 461-14. It is roughly 18" long. No chips cracks, breaks, or repairs that I can see but there is crazing to the finish.Not sure the exact age of this specific piece, 1930's or 1940's I think.
This is a brown/green colored candle holder set with a blackberry design (design originally released in the 1930s) that are unmarked. Each is roughly 4.75" tall and 4.25" wide. No chips cracks, breaks, or repairs that I can see.