This lovely Roseville rendition of a snowberry cluster makes a beautiful bowl! It as lovely sitting on a table as it is nestled in a plate rack on a book shelf.
Just in case you don't know this plant.....the snowberry is unlike almost any other plant in the world. Few plants have such white berries. It is a delicate looking plant with a quietly enchanting quality. The small clusters of pink flowers in the spring become the egg-white berries of late summer which last on the plant until nearly spring. Common Snowberry is an important winter food source for quail, pheasant, and grouse, but is considered poisonous to humans.
The Roseville Pottery Company operated in Zanesville, Ohio from 1898-1954, having been in business for 6 years prior to that in Muskingum County, Ohio.
This lovely art pottery bowl has a rare "impressed" Roseville mark. The snowberry pattern dates to 1946.
No nicks, flakes, chips, cracks or hairlines. Mint.
5 1/4" diameter (13.4 cm)
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