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Roseville Pottery Vase Decorated With Fish

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Extremely RARE Roseville Pottery vase decorated with fish. There are eight raised fish and seaweed around the perimeter of the vase. The fish are finished in a glossy pearl glaze. The base glaze is textured, mottled and rough finished in shades of green and blue with copper highlights. EXCELLENT CONDITION. We received the vase directly from the estate with a couple of small flakes to the base edge. We had those professionally restored. No other chips, cracks, damage or repair of any kind. Bottom marked with Roseville Pottery paper label. One of a kind vase is 10" tall and 5 3/4" wide. RARE, INVESTMENT QUALITY example of ROSEVILLE POTTERY! Below is the interesting story of the history of the Roseville vase as told by a member of the Fraunfelter family. We received four Roseville vases from Helen Fraunfelter Fogle in 1990. Helen was the daughter of George Elias Fraunfelter, who ran Fraunfelter China until it was forced into bankruptcy in the late1930’s. She was the granddaughter of Charles D. Fraunfelter, who worked for Roseville Pottery as Sales Manager until 1915 when he purchased the Ohio Pottery Company which eventually became Fraunfelter China. Charles D. Fraunfelter’s wife’s uncle was George Emerson who was President of Roseville Pottery in 1899. Helen Fogle had an eye for collecting and she came into possession of the four Roseville vases upon the death of George Elias Fraunfelter (George was the principal heir of George Emerson). Two of the vases bear the “Mongol” imprint on the bottom. The vase with the fish intrigued my aunt as she said she had not seen anything like it. It was her wish that I distribute three pieces to her nieces and nephew and retain the Roseville vase with the fish.

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This item is part of Estate Collection of American Art Pottery
 Wednesday, Feb 16, 2011 | 9:00 AM  Central

Roseville Pottery Vase Decorated With Fish
Roseville Pottery Vase Decorated With Fish
Lot number: 35
Seller: Auctions.JustArtPottery.com
Event: Estate Collection of American Art Pottery
Ends: Sunday, March 6 | 6:23 PM  Central

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