Roseville Pottery 1935 Green Pine Cone Vase #712-12
The Roseville Pottery company began to market the Pine Cone line in 1931 after years of the design sitting on a shelf. The Pine Cone design was created by Frank Ferrel in the early 1900's. The design was rejected by Weller and Peters & Reed potteries. The best pieces done early in the mold are very well defined. This was their most prolific line with over 150 designs. Each one features small ovoid cones with branches as handles in background colors of blue, green and tan-brown. Sometimes unmarked, pieces bear marks that are both raised and impressed with occasional foil labels.
Here we have a fantastic example of a 12 1/2 inch tall Green Pine Cone vase #712-12. This is an early example that is marked in red crayon on the bottom with the shape number 712. This piece has a great glaze and wonderful mold. The twig handles are in excellent condition. Enjoy this unique piece of spring in your own home.
Exceptional vase in that it has no chips, no cracks, no scratches to glaze, no crazing, no repairs, no restoration. Any non-perfections are from the firing/manufacturing process. The white spots are studio light reflections.
All images are original and un-edited. Authentic vintage Roseville Pottery.
Height : 12 1/2", Base: 4", Rim: 4"
- Model: K2688
- Shipping Weight: 5.0000lbs
- 1 Unit(s) in Stock
- Manufactured by: Roseville