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BID DATE:
01/19/2019 04:48 PM
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OLD ROSEVILLE “PINECONE” SQUAT PITCHER (AS-IS)

Age. More than 80 years old
Composition. Pottery
Size. 5” high x 7” wide/deep
Rating: 6
Comments. This vintage piece of Roseville has a bulbous base, flared spout with a pinched lip and an attached large loop handle. It has hand-painted designs of pinecones as well as needles on a branch done in shades of tan, brown as well as green. It has a light yellowish tan glaze on the top which melts into a dark brown on the base. It has a slightly raised bottom as well as an inner circle on the base. This vase is in sturdy shape with normal use wear, has some soiling and a small chip as well as a noticeable glue repair on the spout as seen in our photo. A nice addition to your vintage pottery collection.

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