Here we have, very nice, Roseville Pottery, Landscape pitcher. Very good condition, with light crazing, and a short hairline on the top, a little over 1 1/2" long, and one about 1/2" long. Could be from manufacturing, or from use and age. It is well over 100 years old! Unmarked piece, but can be found in the Roseville books. Two scenes of a house and trees. One on each side of the pitcher. Dates to the late 1800's, to early 1900's, no newer than 1904. It measures 7 1/4" high, 9" wide from handle to spout, and has a 4 3/4" base. These pitchers aren't seen very often, and are hard to find, especially in good condition. Usually have more damage, as to chips, and nicks, and large cracks. Great piece for a collection of Roseville!!
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