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Wednesday, August 1, 2012

Roseville Pottery A-Z

The Roseville Pottery Company was founded in 1890. Roseville initially produced simple utilitarian ware such as flower pots, stoneware, umbrella stands, cuspidors, and limited painted ware. In 1900, Roseville Rozane became the first high quality art pottery line produced by Roseville.

In the early teens as demand for the more expensive, hand-crafted art pottery declined Roseville pottery shifted production to more commercially produced pottery. Roseville's ability to nimbly adapt to market conditions was one of the potteries' greatest attributes as Roseville was continually able to produce the most popular patterns and styles compared to their immediate competitors.

Roseville pottery introduced Pinecone in 1935. Pinecone became the most successful and highest volume pattern produced during the existence of Roseville pottery. The pattern includes over 75 different shapes in blue, brown, and green.

World War II necessitated another production change for Roseville pottery. During this time period, Roseville introduced such patterns as Fuchsia, Cosmos, Columbine, White Rose, Bittersweet, and Zephyr Lily. While these patterns were still the best quality art pottery in the market at this time, it was not enough to save the company. Roseville Pottery ceased operations in 1954.

Throughout Roseville's days of production, its versatility and innovativeness served to keep the company at the forefront of the various decorating styles and buying public trends. Even to this day, Roseville pottery still represents the most widely known and most collectible art pottery ever produced.

I've included a complete list with photos of all their art pottery lines. Followed by photos of pieces we currently have available.

1.Apple 
Blossom    
2.Artcraft
3.Artwood
4.Aztec
5.Azurean
6.Baneda
7.Bittersweet
8.Blackberry
9.Bleeding

Heart
10.Bushberry
11.Capri
12.Carnelian
13.Cherry

Blossom
14.Chloron
15.Clemana
16.Clematis
17.Columbine
18.Corinthian
19.Cosmos
20.Creamware
21.Cremo
22.Cremona
23.Crocus
24.Crystal Green
25. Crystalis
26.Dahlrose
27.Dawn
28.Della Robbia
29.Dogwood

(Smooth)
30.Dogwood

(Textured)
31.Donatello
32.Earlam
33.Early Carnelian
34.Early Velmoss
35.Egypto


1.Falline
2.Ferella
3.Florane
4.Florentine
5.Foxglove
6.Freesia
7.Fuchsia
8.Fudji
9.Futura
10.Gardenia
11.Imperial I (Textured)
12.Imperial II (Glazes)
13.Iris
14.Ivory
15.Ixia
16.Jonquil
17.Juvenile
18.La Rose
19.Laurel
20.Lombardy
21. Lotus
22.Luffa


1. Magnolia
2. Mara
3. Matte Green
4. Mayfair
5. Ming Tree
6. Mock Orange
7. Moderne
8. Mongol
9. Montacello
10. Morning Glory
11. Moss
12. Mostique
13. Normandy
14. Olympic
15. Orian
16. Pauleo
17. Peony
18. Pine Cone
19. Poppy
20. Primrose
21. Raymor
22. Rosecraft
23. Rosecraft Hexagon
24. Rosecraft Panel
25. Rosecraft Vintage
26. Rozane
27. Rozane 1917
28. Rozane Patterns
29. Russco


1. Savona
2. Silhouette
3. Snowberry
4. Sunflower
5. Sylvan
6. Teasel
7. Thornapple
8. Topeo
9. Tourmaline
10. Tuscany
11. Velmoss
12. Velmoss Scroll
13. Victorian Art
14. Vista
15. Volpato
16. Water Lily
17. White Rose
18. Wincraft
19. Windsor
20. Wisteria
21. Woodland
22. Zephyr Lily




Now here are photos of what we currently have available.

Magnolia,Rozane,Clematis

Burmese

Columbine

Wincraft

Bittersweet

Dahlrose

Clematis,Water Lily,Peony

Silhouette,Magnolia,Silhouette

Blackberry

Snowberry

Apple Blossom





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1 comment:

  1. i have a pedestal only. it is only marked USA. does not say roseville.it is freesia pattern.is some roseville marked USA and not rosewille?

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