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10/14/2017 09:26 PM
SMALL ROSEVILLE POTTERY VASE (WATERLILLY)
Age. See below
Size. 3” high x 5 ˝” wide x 5” deep
Comments. This vintage piece of Roseville was made in the 1940s and it’s pattern is known as” Water Lily”. It has raised images of the flowers as well as leaves done in cream, yellow as well as green glazes. The grooved background starts off with a greenish blue glaze which melts into just blue as it goes towards the base. It has a bulbous bottom and pointed end little loop handles. It is marked underneath” 3” Roseville U.S.A.663”. This item is in good shape with no breaks having normal use wear and has light soiling. Give it a cleaning and will make a nice addition to your Roseville Pottery collection.
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