Antique Stoneware: *nr* Early Roseville Yellow Ware Pitcher W/ Jonquil, Ca.1910 For Sale
An early, Roseville Serving Pitcher featuring embossed Jonquil (or Daffodil) blossoms and foliage, ca.1910. I was told this was a rare transitional piece, as the company shifted from basic, utilitarian wares to the widely-recognized art pottery lines. The base is impressed with a style/size number only. The colors simple and subdued; blue-green and orange-brown over a creamy yellow base. The colored glazed was applied quickly, and without concern for precision (see close-ups). Heavy, age-appropriate crazing covers the entire surface. There is wear and roughness on the base, and some discoloration from use; otherwise excellent overall. There is a pinhead-sized glaze flake on a blossom, and just above, a glazed over production flaw on the rim. Please see photos for complete details and further description. This Pitcher displays exceptionally and will make a fine addition to any Antique Stoneware collection. Measures 6-1/2"W x 7-3/4"H overall with a base diameter of 5". Ships fully insured to the highest buyer; there is . Good Luck, and be sure to browse my other Listings ending shortly. Thanks.
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Antique Stoneware: *nr* Early Roseville Yellow Ware Pitcher W/ Jonquil, Ca.1910: $22