Roseville Raymor

Raymor Modern Stoneware is a Mid-Century Modern line introduced by Roseville Pottery in 1952. Standard colors are dark brown, avocado, white, gray, and pumpkin. Raymor Modern Stoneware is marked with the raised "raymor by Roseville� script mark and shape number. The line was designed by freelance designer Ben Seibel, and it remains one of the most popular patterns with Mid-Century Modern collectors. Raymor Modern Artware is a late period pattern introduced by Roseville Pottery in 1953. Standard colors are white, gold, and black. This little-known line of Mid-Century Modern artware was created by freelance designer Ben Seibel after the success of his Raymor Modern stoneware. Raymor Modern Artware was marked with raised "raymor modern artware by Roseville� script marks, sizes, and shape numbers. Shapes include vases, bowls, desk accessories, and other decorative pieces.

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