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This double handled vase has rich, saturated colors and is embossed "Roseville U.S.A. 14-6." Roseville Pottery (1890-1954) is considered to have been one of America's finest Art Pottery firms and certainly one of its most loved by ceramic collectors even today. The Columbine line, issued in 1941, had more than 40 different shapes.

This double handled vase has rich, saturated colors and is embossed "Roseville U.S.A. 14-6." Roseville Pottery (1890-1954) is considered to have been one of America's finest Art Pottery firms and certainly one of its most loved by ceramic collectors even today. The Columbine line, issued in 1941, had more than 40 different shapes.

Large "Colonial" pattern footed bowl in tangerine glaze by Stangl. Unlike much of Stangl's later pottery this bowl has a very Modern/Art Deco feel to it.  (SOLD)

Large "Colonial" pattern footed bowl in tangerine glaze by Stangl. Unlike much of Stangl's later pottery this bowl has a very Modern/Art Deco feel to it. (SOLD)

Released in 1948 the "Apple Blossom" line is a favorite among Roseville Pottery collectors that find the twig handles an attractive and unique design element. This 6.5" jardiniere comes from a crisp mold with precise painting. There is minimal crazing. The vase is bottom marked in relief "Roseville U.S.A. 342-6".

Released in 1948 the "Apple Blossom" line is a favorite among Roseville Pottery collectors that find the twig handles an attractive and unique design element. This 6.5" jardiniere comes from a crisp mold with precise painting. There is minimal crazing. The vase is bottom marked in relief "Roseville U.S.A. 342-6".

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