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BID DATE:
11/21/2017 11:47 AM
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LARGE ROSEVILLE POTTERY PLANTER “DOGWOOD”
Age. See below
Composition. Pottery
Size. 10 ½” high x 12” wide/deep
Rating: 7
Comments. This is a vintage of Roseville Pottery that was made in 1928 in the pattern known as” Dogwood”. It has raised designs of the Dogwood flower as well as branches around its circumference. It has a beige base glaze which has a darker green background glaze and the branches are covered in a black glaze. This pot is well made and heavy for its size. This item is in sturdy shape with normal use wear, has some soiling/stains, a hairline crack on the bottom and has some small glaze flecks/chips. Give it a good cleaning and will make a nice addition to your Roseville collection or use as a new resident for your favorite fern.

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