This item is a vintage Roseville Pottery vase. It is from the Dahlrose Pattern that began production in 1928. This line was generally unmarked on the base, because of the use of paper labels at that time. This vase is pattern style #367-8. The vase has colors of green and deep rose brown. The upper trim of the vase is decorated with a continuing sequence of daisy-type ecru flowers with a deep rosy brown center. The daisies are nestled in a background of green leaves. The handles are open at the top and delicately drape down the vase.
Condition: This vase stands about 8 1/4" in height and is about 4 1/4" circumference across the top. It is about 22" in circumference at the widest part of vase. This piece is in very good condition. I do not find any chips, fleabites or other damage/repairs. There is some slight crazing along the handles and a few areas of wear around the handles and the base of the vase. These are minor and seem to add to the character of this piece. This vase is from a private collection. You can see the felt protectors the previous owner used to protect it while being displayed.