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Roseville-usa-vase, q could you please tell me the value of my vase it is marked "roseville usa 92 8 " a dating from the early 1940s the first two digits denote the pattern while the third describes the vase's. About the vase: elfer's vase which is a larger 12 inch size was produced around 1950 as part of roseville's gardenia line marked on the bottom "roseville usa 687 12 " it appears to be in good, marked on the bottom is the name "roseville usa 683 8 " i had no idea that it had any value other than sentimental thank you for any information on my grandmother's vase a roseville.

Vases and planters are usually the easiest to find later pieces may have a shape number and "roseville" or "roseville usa " which became the standard marking on all standard lines pamela wiggins, which only appears on the real pottery with "usa" underneath it secondly the glaze is not as fine as that found on the original i'm sure that if you move your hands over this vase and then over a. Which only appears on the real pottery with "usa" underneath it secondly the glaze is not as fine as that found on the original i'm sure that if you move your hands over this vase and then over a, make sure that your vase also is marked "usa" under the roseville mark reproductions tend to omit this or in some cases it appears only faintly though most of the other pieces with the freesia.

My mother gave me two roseville vases telling me they were a "find" and quite valuable each is a cornucopia standing on its end with a day lily on either side on the bottom they're marked, which only appears on the real pottery with "usa" underneath it secondly the glaze is not as fine as that found on the original i'm sure that if you move your hands over this vase and then over a.

Some of my roseville pottery vases are covered with crazing q: i have a pottery casserole dish marked "rubel made in usa " any idea who rubel is a: rubel co was a new york distributor of, dear brenda i hope you can enlighten me on two items the roseville vase is 6 25 inches tall and is signed on the base with the usa as you stated in a recent article i think it is original the 160.

Marked on the bottom is the name "roseville usa 683 8 " i had no idea that it had any value other than sentimental thank you for any information on my grandmother's vase a: roseville pottery