Vintage Roseville Pine Cone Art Pottery Vase Green W/ Twig Handle 261-6
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Vintage Roseville Pine Cone Art Pottery Vase Green W/ Twig Handle 261-6:
ROSEVILLE VASE 261-6BEAUTIFULPINECONE PATTERN
THIS IS A BEAUTIFUL AND UNCOMMON PINE CONE PATTERN. ROSEVILLE POTTERY PORCELAIN GREEN BALL VASE OR JARDENIERE, SOMEWHAT ROUND WITH A LITTLE PINE LIMB SERVING AS A HANDLE. THERE IS A SINGLE PINE CONE WITH PINE NEEDLES THAT CASCADE DOWN EACH SIDE OF THIS BEAUTIFUL SEAFOAM GREEN VASE, WHICH IS THE RARER COLOR TO HAVE. THE COLORATION IS WONDERFUL. IT IS 8"X6". THERE ARE TWO VERY SMALL CHIPS PICTURED, HOWEVER I TRULY CAN NOT TELL WHETHER IT IS POSSIBLE THAT THIS HAPPENED BEFORE IT LEFT THE FACTORY AND IT WAS TOUCHED UP WITH A BIT OF PAINT . THERE ARE NO CRACKS AND THE INSIDE IS WONDERFUL. THIS IS AN AUTHENTIC ORIGINAL PIECE OF ROSEVILLE POTTERY. THE BOTTOM IS MARKED "ROSEVILLE 261-6".
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DISCLAIMER: I am now adding this to all of my listings. I have been doing this as a business only a few months now and am still learning everyday. I really thought, that because an item is listed as "used", that it was understood that it was "used". I have come to find out recently that that might not always be the case, so I felt Ineeded/wanted to add this little disclaimer, which is also a little about myself and the items I try to sell.
When it comes to all of the "used" and "vintage" items, almost all of these come from estate sales. We live in a city where there are some very well off older citizens that owned and used "top shelf" everyday items. When I/we (my husband does this with me) go to these sales, we have usually done a preview and know what we are looking for or wanting. I do go after specific items, however, I do sometimes purchase "box lots". Now even with these, I am or try to be discriminating. There is usually one or two things in these boxes that really interest orintrigue me. I have seven children, with the youngest being five. Because of that, I do not usually keep finer things in my home nor have I ever tried collecting anything, because I found with my first three children, when I did, it usually ended up lost or broken (and that would devastate me). However, I love nice things. Most of what I sell personally appeals to me, that is why I purchased it. AND, I LOVE to pass it on to others that will appreciate it or pass it on to others that will.
So, I have always had a desire for excellence. I wash all of the glassware that comes in, one, so it is clean, two, so I might spot any chips, cracks, crazing, etc. However, occasionally, especially if this is at night, our house does not have good lighting and I might miss something. It is never intentional. Also, I try to under emphasize a good piece and over emphasize a bad spot. This way, I hope that when the buyer gets it, they are delighted that it is in better condition than they anticipated, and not disappointed that it is in worse.
I try not to sell true junk. If I wanted to do that, there are plenty of flea markets in our area that specialize in that and I would have a booth there. So, I have been known to (even before an sale was over) to collect all of the "junk" and take it to Goodwill, so I am not even tempted to sell it. Now again, occasionally, my husband will list things that I do consider junk. You know theadage "One man's treasure..." well that is definitely true between he and I.
Anyway, I have gone on too long. Even though we state "no returns accepted", if ever the buyer feels that we did not adequately represent an item, we are always willing to make that right. SO, THANK YOU FOR LOOKING AND THANK YOU FOR BUYING.
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