ROSEVILLE, BLACKBERRY, DOUBLE HANDLED SQUAT VASE, NICE~
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For Sale I have a Lovely Art Pottery Vase made by The Roseville Pottery Company of Zanesville, Ohio. The Vase is done in one of Roseville's most sought after patterns called "Blackberry". The opening in the top is 2 3/8" in diameter outside measurements.
The Vase has 2 applied Buttress style Handles at the top rim that extend out and down to the shoulder. This pattern displays a band of Blackberries hanging from heavy vines and leaves. The leaves are light green and Yellow and sit against a light Green/Brown background that turns to a Darker Green/Brown around the rim. The Vase becomes heavy with leaves and Grapes along the bottom. From the edge of the Berries to the bottom edge it has a Pea Green textured glaze that depicts a natural background.
The Vase is considered to be in excellent condition as there are no issues to report. This is known as shape number 568-4" in the Roseville Catalog pages. Those of you who collect Blackberry know this Vase is one of the more desirable pieces to acquire in this Pattern. The Piece is signed with Remnants of Roseville Pottery's Black Paper Label.
This Piece of Roseville was made Circa 1932 in the Height of the Great Depression. If you looking for an excellent example of this form, look no further! I'm sure the buyer will not be disappointed with their purchase.
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- Type / Pattern
- ROSEVILLE POTTERY
- Width: 6.25 inches
- Height: 4.13 inches
- Depth: 0 inch
- Weight: 0 pound