Rare Roseville Pottery Late 1940s Snowberry Pattern Flower Holder or Fan Vase 1FH-6"
Description: A most beautiful, very uncommon, and rare blue colored art pottery vase by the Roseville Pottery Company. This the 6" flower holder or fan vase in the snowberry pattern. The pattern shows clumps of white berries on brown branches with vivid green leaves all on a blue background with raised curved lines. It was made in the late 1940s. Please carefully view photos as they are part and parcel of our description.
Date: Sometime post 1947 into the early 1950's
Origin: The piece is part of a large collection purchased from a collector in Southern New Jersey, which we will be listing over the coming weeks and months. It was of course made in Roseville, Ohio
Size and Weight: The piece measures ~6 1/2" tall and is ~7" at its widest including the two handles. The base measures ~4 1/4" by ~2 1/2". The piece weighs about one pound and 6 ounces.
Maker: Roseville Pottery Company
Marks: In relief on the back the words Roseville, U. S. A. 1FH-6" which did not photograph very well but is there.
Distinguishing Characteristics - Most Interesting About The Piece: This is a truly nice and rare piece which is very difficult to come by. The colors are rich, fresh and vivid and would display very well in your collection.
Condition: The piece is in good condition with no chips or repairs. The piece has signs of onset of glaze crazing with minor signs of crazing. Most importantly, the piece has a tight hairlines to one side, which we show in the last photo. Interestingly enough when you tap on the piece it does not sound like it is cracked, but it is. This is the main reason we are selling the piece "AS IS" and offering it at a fraction of its true value. Be that as it may, the piece's colors are fresh and vivid with no losses and looks great to display in your collection. Please see photos for additional condition information.
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