... Rare Roseville Pottery Mid 1940s Brown Zephyr Lily 201-7" Bud Vase – Giamer Antiques and Collectibles

Rare Roseville Pottery Mid 1940s Brown Zephyr Lily 201-7" Bud Vase

Description: A most beautiful brown colored art pottery bud vase by the Roseville Pottery Company. This a nice bud vase in the Zephyr Lily pattern. The pattern shows pink and white Lily flowers at the end of green stems over a lightly textured brown background with dark green highlights at the edges of the vase. It was made in the years 1946 on. The vase has two small decorative handles on the side starting near the top of the base and ending in the middle of the shaft of the vase. Please carefully view photos as they are part and parcel of our description.

Date: Sometime in the mid 1940's.

Origin: The piece is part of a large collection purchased from a collector in Southern New Jersey, which we will be continue to list over the coming weeks and months. It was of course made in Roseville, Ohio.

Size: The piece measures ~7 1/2" high and is ~3 7/8" in diameter at the base with the top being ~1 5/8" in diameter. The piece weighs almost 11 ounces.

Maker: Roseville Pottery Company.

Marks: The piece has marking on the base in raised lettering says "Roseville; U. S. A.; 201-7".

Distinguishing Characteristics - Most Interesting About The Piece: This is a truly nice piece having rich, fresh and vivid colors which would display very well in your collection.

Condition: The piece is in relatively good condition after being around for over 70 years. It has no cracks, hairlines, repairs, or crazing to the glaze. Its colors are fresh and vivid with no losses. The only issue we see is two small chips on the edge of the top of the vase, which we show in the last photo and which can be seen in the other photos. This is the reason we are selling the piece "AS IS" at a fraction of its true value. Be that as it may, this is a nice piece which will display nicely in your collection. Please see photos for additional condition information.


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