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VINTAGE Design Line
1930s Blue Roseville Pinecone Vase
$689.00
Qty
CARE hand-wash
COLOR blue/green/cream/tan/brown/black
CONDITION Excellent
DIMENSIONS 10" L x 6.5" W x 8.5" H
ERA Vintage: 1910-1950
MADE IN USA
MADE OF ceramic
ESTIMATED ARRIVAL May 01 - May 04
RETURNS This item is non-returnable. You may cancel your order within 24 hours of purchase. See our Return Policy for details.
Design Line offers an eclectic mix of vintage, antique and industrial finds from across the U.S. Our treasures are a mix of traditional and midcentury home accessories, and include chinoiserie and objets d'art from around the world. We are obsessed with the hunt for one-of-a-kind pieces that create an atmosphere of comfortable and relaxed elegance.
Why we love this
Large Roseville blue matte ceramic vase with branch handles and raised pinecone design in green, brown, cream and tan designed by Frank Ferrell for Roseville Pottery U.S.A., circa 1930. Illegibly marked on underside.
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