Roseville Pottery Near Mint Rare Fish Majolica Blended Glaze Jardiniere Pedestal
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Roseville Pottery Near Mint Rare Fish Majolica Blended Glaze Jardiniere Pedestal:
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Roseville Pottery Early Vintage 1900's RARESwimming FishRaised Design Jardiniere and Pedestal Stand - Comes from a central Ohio estate and as found, looks like factory pair, wonderful match and also is SUPER NEAR MINT CONDITION!!Lovely Fancy Majolica Blended Glaze as shown in the Bomm Book - SUPER VIVID COLORS OF Dark Mauve Red - Hunter Green and Yellow Glaze.
Measuresa large total height of 26 3/4 inches tall andabout 12 inches across the widest point of the pedestal base, Jardiniere is about 11 inches tall.Unmarked but definitely old vintageRoseville. As shown in the Bomm Roseville Book - see photo.Very pretty and in superb condition - really a great find! you don't usually find in such super condition!!Super condition with just a couple tiny flea bites, and the factory making stilt pulls on the bottom of the ped - can see they are in the triangle formation from when fired in the kiln and removed, no damage here - as it left the factory. An outstanding find and so pretty! Crazing is verylight and simply due to age.Just some slight appearance of use on the top of the ped from use over the last 100+ YEARS. ALSO NOTE: I TOOK A COUPLE PHOTOS WITH BRIGHT CAMERA FLASH SO YOU CAN SEE THE FISH DESIGN CLEARLY IN THE PHOTO, the others are in regular room light without the flash, great dark colors and glossy glaze finish - Jard and Ped are overall very clean too.Note: Any white areas are just the camera flash and overhead lighting glare, not on item itself.Guaranteedto be original and vintageand not restored or repaired- offer with confidence!
Large and Heavy - Will send in TWO Boxes, double boxed and insured is $50.
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If you have ANY questions about this sale please ask before offerding! The overwhelming majority of the pottery we sell was manufactured in the early 1900s through 1950, please realize these items were handmade and are not "perfect" as we would expect them to be if made today in 2010. The term mint to us means: no damage after the manufacture of the item, the piece is as it left the factory with the early handmaking nearly 100 years ago. So please realize that there may be an unglazed area, a fired glaze drip, variations in the color of the glaze, mold defects and/or factory imperfections (glaze bubble or an extra small piece of clay fired under the glaze). We use super-sized photos and show as many angles as we can of the item. Also, please recognize that the color you may see on your monitor may not be identical to the pottery due to the color settings you have on your monitor. We do not color enhance any of our photos.
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