Before the familiar, flowery and quite frankly sometimes unappealing Roseville vases of the 1940s, Roseville was a respected producer of American art pottery in the Art Nouveau and Art Deco styles. Their pottery had well defined lines, and modern color schemes reflecting the most sophisticated tastes of the era. That's why today, almost one hundred years later, their early pottery is sought after by collectors. It's not as easy to find these early works like some of the more prolific makers. This vase is in excellent condition, with no damage. There is some very slight scuffing here and there, but nothing noticeable for display. Typical orange and brown coloration of the Panels line, which was a bridge from Art Nouveau to Art Deco. The R and V mark seen on the bottom, which is somewhat distorted but clearly early Roseville, was used from 1923 to 1927. A really neat example measuring 8 and 1/4 inches tall.
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