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Roseville Early Velmoss

Early Velmoss is a popular early period Roseville Pottery pattern introduced by 1916. The pattern features a mottled green, either and brown glaze that was first used in the Early Carnelian line. The shapes are Arts and Crafts or Art Nouveau. A 1916 price list shows 31 shape numbers for bowls, vases, jardini�res, pedestals, and umbrella stands. Early Velmoss is unmarked, but some examples have a hand-written shape number and size.

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Newcomb College Pottery 1912 Vase (Irvine)

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Beautiful transitional period Newcomb Pottery vase decorated by Sadie Irvine in 1912.  Great dark blue background and nicely detailed floral artwork.  EXCELLENT CONDITION.  Tight hairline crack to rim as seen in fourth photo. Almost non-detectable to the exterior even under intense inspection.  Very clean and no other chips, cracks, damage or repair of any kind.  Bottom marked with logo, FJ49, JM for potter Joseph Meyer and the cipher for Sadie Irvine.  Bottom is also marked with a circled B which is for a buff clay body with a semi-matt glaze used mostly between 1910 and 1912.  Vase is 3 1/4" tall and 4 1/4" wide.
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Roseville Pottery Early Velmoss Jardiniere

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Roseville Pottery Early Velmoss Jardiniere 577-8

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Roseville Pottery Early Velmoss Matte Green Vase 127-6

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