Today we present a rare opportunity to collectors of Roseville Pottery. For the first time since closing their doors in 1954, the Roseville Pottery brand has returned, with a series of authorized limited edition decorative ceramic art tiles. Each tile is designed and executed by a contemporary studio artist in an edition of 50 pieces. They are framed, and come with a certificate of authenticity issued by Roseville and signed by the artist. 10% of the profits of will be donated to a charity cause chosen by the artist.
This second tile is entitled "The Bee and the Poppy", and was designed and executed in high relief by accomplished ceramic artist Susan Beere. Susan's studio in Warner, New Hampshire provides a unique setting with amazing inspiration for this remarkable Arts and Crafts masterpiece. The unique glazes Susan brings together give a brilliant feel to her work. The sale of these tiles will provide donations for raising awareness of the honey bee crisis, a cause that Susan has a great passion for. This decorative art tile is the second series to be issued by Roseville Pottery and is new in the box with all paperwork included. Each is signed and numbered with only 50 pieces created, and the molds have been destroyed preventing any future reproduction.
The tile is 8" x 8", and with frame is 9 1/4 x 9 1/4". It comes ready to hang and display, the perfect gift for anyone concerned about the honey bee crisis. Certain to become a collector's item, this is the second authorized Roseville Pottery created in 63 years. It is sure to bring happiness to the new owner for years to come.