A popular pattern, Dahlrose, was first introduced into the market about 1924 by the Roseville Pottery Co of Zanesville, Ohio. This company started in the late 1890s and continued operations up until 1955. This particular design exhibited a band of ivory colored flowers and green leaves on a textured background. During this time period, Roseville did not mark their pieces; the company would market their product using a paper label. With use, usually these paper labels either wore or were washed off. This vase is one such example without a label but it is guaranteed to be original Roseville pottery. The shape number is 363-6 and stands 6 1/4” tall. It measures 3 1/4” across the top handle to handle with a 2 3/8” diameter base. I have washed and thoroughly inspected this vase and have found no chips, cracks, damage or repairs. The inside is quite clean with no calcium residue or staining from use. I will mention that this pattern tends to have some thin glaze areas over the high points of the pattern and the pottery in general many times will show minute to small production flaws in the actual mold of the clay. These can consist of tool marks, small divots, and even slight flakes under the glaze. I did notice a couple examples of these on this vase but they do not detract from its overall look and beauty. A wonderful deco piece to add to your collection!
Roseville Pottery Dahlrose Vase-1924 Shape No 363-6