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10/22/2017 07:46 AM
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PAIR OF ROSEVILLE WALL POCKETS (DAHL ROSE)
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Composition. Pottery
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Rating: 9
Comments. This lot is vintage Roseville was made between 1924 and1928 in the” Dahlrose” pattern. They had a beige base glaze with shades of green as well as brown which melts into each other. There are raised designs of flowers as well as leaves and have pointed edge loop handles. These wall pockets measure 8” high x 6 ¾" wide and have the original” ROSEVILLE POTTERY” paper label underneath. Both are in sturdy shape with no breaks having normal use wear, have some minor glaze imperfections, and both have some soiling. Give them a cleaning and they will make a welcome addition to your Roseville pottery collection.


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