Rare Roseville Pottery Brown Vase with Handles in Bushberry Pattern 157-8"
Description: A most beautiful, very uncommon, and scarce brown colored art pottery vase with two handles by the Roseville Pottery Company. This vase is in the Bushberry pattern. It was made in early to late 1940's. It shows large three-section leaves with saw tooth edges with clusters of berries and woody looking handles. Please carefully view photos as they are part and parcel of our description.
Date: Early to late-1940's.
Origin: Roseville, Ohio.
Size: Base measures ~4 1/2" in diameter at the base, ~8 1/4" high, and ~6 1/2" at its widest including both handles. The vase weighs a bit two pounds.
Maker: Roseville Pottery Company.
Marks: In relief on the bottom "Roseville, U. S. A.157-8".
Distinguishing Characteristics - Most Interesting About The Piece: This is a truly nice vase which is very difficult to come by. The colors are rich, fresh and vivid and would display very well in your collection.
Condition: The vase is in good condition with no cracks, hairlines, or repairs. Its colors are fresh, vivid, and great looking and has no apparent crazing to the glaze that we could see. The only issue we see is three small chips on the handles. Two on the right handle and one on the left handle. We show these in the last two photos. Be that as it may, this is a great looking piece to add to your collection or use around your home. It would look great when displayed on the side without the chips (see the first photo). Because of the chips we are selling the piece AS IS at less than half its book value. Please see photos to appreciate the beauty, quality and condition of this beautiful piece.
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