Every pottery collector should own a piece of Roseville Pottery. Founded in 1890 by J.F. Weaver, The Roseville Pottery Company was one of the three main American pottery manufacturers in the 19th and 20th centuries. The company closed its doors for the last time in 1954. Now is your chance to reflect on the Roseville history.
Highlighted, in this Roseville Pottery Auction by Alderfer Auction, is a green vase with pumpkins from the Baneda collection, a tan bowl featuring a purple flower with green leaves from the Wisteria collection and a blue teapot with green leaves from the Bleeding-Heart collection. You will also find a tan teapot from the Wincraft collection and a green bowl with white flowers from the Dogwood collection. There are many more bowls, vases, teapots and cornucopias from a variety of Roseville collections ranging from $5 to $80. To view all 98 lots and to place a bid, visit Alderfer Auction.
Lot Categories:Decorative Arts (98)
# of Lots:98
Price Range:$5 to $80
Interesting lots include:
|Item Image||Item Name||Estimate|
|Baneda Roseville Pottery||
|Wisteria Roseville Pottery||
|Bleeding Heart Roseville Pottery||
|Apple Blossom Roseville Pottery||
|Wincraft Roseville Pottery||
|Dogwood Roseville Pottery||
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