We have a spectacular early example of Roseville Rozane Woodland in the shape of a tall conical base. This line was designed and marketed in 1905, another creation by the renowned Gazo Foudji, the talented Japanese artist employed by the company in the early 1900’s. He is credited for creating some of the scarcest yet most popular lines produced, i.e., Fujiyama and Fudji. These examples have a basically unglazed tan to gray background with high glaze florals both carved then glazed around the exterior. The Rosane catalogue number on this example is 975–11. Although most early examples were marked with a paper label, later in the year the heads of the company decided to use a more permanent mark, a Rozane Ware disk was applied to the bottom prior to the final glazing and firing. This vase stands 10 7/8” tall with the base measuring just over 4” diameter. Thorough examination reveals no chips, cracks, damage or repairs. The vase is clean on the inside showing no staining or residue from use. As pictured, the Rosane ware disc can be viewed on the bottom. A super nice and quite hard to find example of early American art pottery. This item will need to be double boxed and shipped fully insured via FedEx ground/home delivery. Thank you for viewing my shop.