Near Mint 15” Vintage Roseville Art Pottery White Rose Double-handled Vase, Pink For Sale
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us as longtime collectors and sellers of antique and vintage Hallowe'en, Christmas,
and Easter holiday memorabilia, paper ephemera, antique dolls and toys, and
lovely old china and glassware.
We have been given the honor by a fellow collector of sharing this magnificent piece of mid-century authentic and desirable, Rosevilleart pottery. For your consideration, we present an exquisite huge double-handled vase or small umbrella or canestand that was made by Roseville Pottery Company in the USA circa 1940s.
This piece is marked Roseville USA 992 – 15”.
It is in the White Rose pattern on a stunning soft pink and green background. The white roses are in creamy white, pale yellow and soft green was used for the leaves. The pattern appears on both sides, although one side slightly differs from the other in that it has three blossoms and the other side has two.
This is by far the most beautiful piece of Roseville that we have ever seen! The exact condition is as follows: we find only a light, hard-to-see small chip to the base and some expected crazing to the interior. There areNO cracks, hairlines or repairs to this piece whatsoever. This fine example of art pottery measures 15 3/4" tall and 9 1/4" wide.
If you love magnificent art pottery made by Roseville, then this showy, iconic example – with its dual purpose and outstanding condition – just might be the acquisition for you.
Here is a history of Roseville Pottery that we found online:
The company was founded by J.F. Weaver in Roseville, Ohio, in 1890. It was incorporated in 1892 with George Young, a former Roseville salesman, as secretary and general manager. Under the direction of Young, the Roseville company had great success producing stoneware flower pots and other practical household items. In 1895, the company expanded by purchasing Midland Pottery, and by 1896 George Young had amassed a controlling interest in Roseville Pottery. In 1898, they purchased the Clark Stoneware Company in Zanesville, and moved the headquarters there.
In 1900 George Young hired Ross C. Purdy to create the company's first art pottery line—Rozane. The Rozane art line was designed to compete against Rookwood Pottery's Standard Glaze, Owens Pottery's Utopian, and Weller Pottery's Louwelsa art lines. The name Rozane was created as a contraction of "Roseville" and "Zanesville". By 1901, the company owned and operated four plants and employed 325 people. Frederick Hurten Rhead was the art director of Roseville between 1904 and 1909. He is associated with the Della Robbia line. (At the time of writing one of Rhead's vases holds the record as the most expensive piece of American art pottery: however, this is a piece of studio pottery from Rhead's California period). Frederick's brother Harry Rhead stayed on at Weller after Frederick left.
Frank Ferrell became the art director for Roseville in 1917 and was responsible for creating many of the most popular Roseville designs. Among the most popular designs created by Roseville are Blackberry, Sunflower, and Pinecone.
Roseville Pottery produced its final designs in 1953, and the following year their facilities were bought by the Mosaic Tile Company.
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We charge actual shipping costs with no handling fees. We’ll ship this item for $25.00 Priority Mail in the continental United States insured. The shipping costs for this item are an estimate and may be more or less depending on your location. However, if the actual shipping costs are less, we WILL refund the difference. We pack with tender loving care, and love to combine shipping. We’re also happy to arrange for free pick-up if you can come to Lancaster PA.
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