Roseville Pottery 1922 Trial Glaze Beige Dahlrose Vase #367
This vase was purchased from the estate of Randy Monsen who was an avid collector of vintage Roseville pottery. He also wrote several books that are very well known. Included in this auction were many rare experimental and trial glaze pieces. This Dalhrose vase was just one of many trial glaze pieces that were available that day. Most trail glaze pieces are hand marked on the bottom in crayon, pen or black slip. This vase is numeral hand marked 54-828 in blue underglaze. The inventory sticker on the bottom is from Mr. Monsen as well as the pencil inventory annotation. I did not remove these to preserve the provenance and pottery history. This can be removed by the next owner if you they choose.
Pleasing glaze over a well defined mold. The glaze is a warm tawny beige withe complimentary raisin brown among green foliage. Roseville Pottery trial glaze pieces are exceptionally rare and difficult to find. Displays well from all angles. This is your chance to own a piece of Roseville pottery history.
Exceptional vase in that has no chips, no cracks, no scratches to glaze. Possible repair to corner of one handle. Any non-perfections are from the firing/manufacturing process including glaze misses and glaze pops. Dimensions are below.
H: 8 ", Base: 3 5/8" , Rim: 4", Width: 7 1/4"
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- Model: K1312
- Shipping Weight: 4.0000lbs
- 0 Unit(s) in Stock
- Manufactured by: Roseville