Roseville Pottery 1934 Tourmaline Trial Glaze Laurel Flaring Vase #673

Roseville's Laurel, introduced in 1934, is another of the pottery's middle period lines which attracts both Arts & Crafts and Art Deco collectors, depending on glaze color. Laurel in a mottled green glaze, it's been suggested, is destined to rival Roseville's high end "Baneda" line with Arts & Crafts collectors. The red and yellow variations of Laurel appeal to Art Deco lovers, who are attracted to the dramatic contrast of the sleek black accenting.

Here we have a rare example of a Laurel vase in a beautiful Tourmaline blue trial glaze. Great flaring shape with wonderful applied angular handles.This is a substantial piece. Perfect arts and crafts style to add to any collection. Displays perfect from all sides.

Exceptional vase in that it is undamaged, no chips, no cracks, no scratches to glaze. FREE from crazing. Any non-perfections are from the firing/manufacturing process including glaze misses and glaze pops.Dimensions are below.

Unmarked Roseville. Guaranteed to be original, vintage Roseville pottery.

All pictures are original and un-edited.

H: 8 1/4", Base: 4", Rim: 5 7/8"

  • Model: K2180
  • Shipping Weight: 5.0000lbs
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  • Manufactured by: Roseville
  • Roseville Pottery 1934 Tourmaline Trial Glaze Laurel Flaring Vase #673

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