Warman's Roseville Pottery: Identification and Price Guide

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The entire 64-year history of Roseville Pottery Company was one long experiment. The result is a grand chase for collectors of the colorful art pottery. More than 135 styles, from Apple Blossom to Zephyr Lily, and many glazes mean an almost infinite variety of pieces are out there, waiting to be discovered and added to a collection. Founded in Roseville, Ohio, in 1890, the company later moved to Zanesville, known as "Clay City" because of its abundance of raw materials for ...
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Overview

The entire 64-year history of Roseville Pottery Company was one long experiment. The result is a grand chase for collectors of the colorful art pottery. More than 135 styles, from Apple Blossom to Zephyr Lily, and many glazes mean an almost infinite variety of pieces are out there, waiting to be discovered and added to a collection. Founded in Roseville, Ohio, in 1890, the company later moved to Zanesville, known as "Clay City" because of its abundance of raw materials for pottery.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780873497527
  • Publisher: KP Books
  • Publication date: 3/28/2004
  • Pages: 256
  • Product dimensions: 8.24 (w) x 10.88 (h) x 0.58 (d)

Table of Contents

Introduction 4
Condition and pricing 5
Reproductions 5
Words of thanks 5
Bottom marks 6
Patterns (alphabetically)
Apple Blossom 9
Artcraft 13
Artware and Landscape 14
Artwood 15
Autumn 16
Aztec 17
Azurean 18
Baneda 19
Banks 23
Bittersweet 23
Blackberry 25
Bleeding Heart 27
Blended 30
Burmese 31
Bushberry 31
Capri 35
Cameo I and II 35
Carnelian I and II 36
Ceramic Design 42
Cherry Blossom 43
Chloron 45
Clemana 46
Clematis 47
Columbine 51
Corinthian 53
Cosmos 54
Creamwares 56
Cremo 57
Cremona 57
Crocus 59
Crystalis 60
Dahlrose 61
Dawn 65
Dealer's Signs 66
Decorated Matt 67
Della Robbia 67
Dogwood I and II 68
Donatella 70
Donatello 70
Dutch 73
Earlam 74
Early Wares 76
Egypto 77
Elsie 80
Experimentals, Trial Glazes 80
Falline 83
Ferella 85
Florane I and II 87
Florentine 88
Foxglove 90
Freesia 92
Fuchsia 98
Fudji 104
Fujiyama/Woodland 104
Futura 106
Gardenia 114
German Cookware 117
Hexagon 118
Hyde Park 119
Home Art 119
Imperial I and II 120
Iris 123
Ivory 127
Ivory (Old) 128
Ivory (Tinted) 128
Ixia 129
Jonquil 130
Juvenile 133
Landscape 134
La Rose 134
Laurel 135
Lotus 136
Lombardy 137
Luffa 137
Lustre 139
Magnolia 140
Mara 144
Matt Color 145
Matt Green 146
Mayfair 146
Ming Tree 147
Mock Orange 148
Moderne 150
Mongol 152
Montacello 152
Morning Glory 155
Moss 156
Mostique 158
Normandy 160
Nursery 160
Olympic 161
Orian 161
Panel 164
Pauleo 166
Peony 167
Persian 169
Pine Cone 170
Poppy 188
Primrose 190
Quaker 192
Rosecraft Color 193
Raymor 193
Rosecraft Vintage 194
Royal Capri 196
Rozane Line, 1917 196
Rozane Pattern 197
Rozane/Rozane Royal 198
Russco 202
Savona 203
Silhouette 205
Snowberry 207
Sunflower 211
Sylvan 214
Teasel 215
Thorn Apple 217
Topeo 219
Tourist 221
Tourmaline 222
Tuscany 224
Utility Ware 225
Velmoss 226
Velmoss Scroll 228
Venetian Line 229
Victorian Art Pottery 229
Vista 230
Water Lily 233
White Rose 235
Wincraft 240
Windsor 245
Wisteria 247
Zephyr Lily 251
Other Patterns 255
Reproductions 255
Other Roseville lines not pictured 255
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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 13, 2008

    Not such a great reference

    I found this book to be very disappointing. It's full of photos of pieces grouped together and priced as a group. It's put together as if it's pricing auctioned pieces. For instance it will list a few pieces and then tell the reader if any of the pieces are chipped, cracked, repaired, or whatever, then a price for that group. It's of no use if you want to know what a single piece in great condition is worth. I found it a waste of money. Just my opinion.

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