Roseville Pottery PineCone Vase #704-7”, Blue, Ca. 1936

The tale of Roseville's landmark Pine Cone pattern is legendary. Originally conceived by Frank Ferrell as early as 1905, it was dismissed by both Weller and Peters & Reed before finding a home. Introduced by Roseville in 1935, with modern shapes designated with 400 #'s introduced in 1953, it quickly became one of their most popular lines and remains so today, with its naturalistic rendering of gnarled branches, pine cones, and spray of pine needles in relief on a smooth background.

This gorgeous Roseville Pine Cone vase #704-7 is in excellent condition, free from chipping, cracking or restoration, with an errant flap of extra clay on the lower interior.

Marked at base with faintly impressed "7", and shape number in red ink.

H 7.25", W 6.25", rim 5", base 4".

Item ID: 492


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Roseville Pottery PineCone Vase #704-7”, Blue, Ca. 1936

Roseville Pottery PineCone Vase #704-7”, Blue, Ca. 1936
Roseville Pottery PineCone Vase #704-7”, Blue, Ca. 1936
Roseville Pottery PineCone Vase #704-7”, Blue, Ca. 1936
Roseville Pottery PineCone Vase #704-7”, Blue, Ca. 1936
Roseville Pottery PineCone Vase #704-7”, Blue, Ca. 1936
Roseville Pottery PineCone Vase #704-7”, Blue, Ca. 1936
Roseville Pottery PineCone Vase #704-7”, Blue, Ca. 1936
Roseville Pottery PineCone Vase #704-7”, Blue, Ca. 1936
Roseville Pottery PineCone Vase #704-7”, Blue, Ca. 1936

The tale of Roseville's landmark Pine Cone pattern is legendary. Originally conceived by Frank Ferrell as early as 1905, it was dismissed by both Weller and Peters & Reed before finding a home. Introduced by Roseville in 1935, with modern shapes designated with 400 #'s introduced in 1953, it quickly became one of their most popular lines and remains so today, with its naturalistic rendering of gnarled branches, pine cones, and spray of pine needles in relief on a smooth background.

This gorgeous Roseville Pine Cone vase #704-7 is in excellent condition, free from chipping, cracking or restoration, with an errant flap of extra clay on the lower interior.

Marked at base with faintly impressed "7", and shape number in red ink.

H 7.25", W 6.25", rim 5", base 4".

Item ID: 492


Photos and Text Copyright The Devil Duck Collection @ Ruby Lane

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