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The ten most searched Roseville Pottery Patterns at for September 2010 are summarized below. With the exception of the ever popular Roseville Pine Cone pattern, 1940s floral patterns dominated the searches this month. It is interesting to note not... Continue reading
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Mar 15, 2010
A new Roseville pottery collector who inherited a few pieces of brown Pine Cone asked for clarification on why some pieces are marked and others are unmarked. He was also concerned that the unmarked vases and those pieces with marks... Continue reading
Art Pottery Blog readers we are trying something new today. Below you will find a guest post by Martin Codina of Fine Estate Liquidation. You can learn more about Martin and business at the links below. Greg Myroth - Just... Continue reading
Art Pottery Blog readers I need your help. We just got a large estate collection of older cookie jars. I have been learning a lot over the last week or so regarding the various makers and years of production for... Continue reading
Between 1954 and 1971, the Brush Pottery company produced over 50 novelty cookie jars. It is important to note that in 1925, the Brush-McCoy Pottery name was changed to Brush Pottery. Many of the Brush cookie jars were designed by... Continue reading
A rare and exceptional Roseville Futura "tank" vase in an orange and blue mottled glaze recently sold on an eBay auction for a record price of $11,656.99. Bidding on the vase was very competitive with three different bidders placing bids... Continue reading
Image announces an art pottery photo contest for customers, collectors and admirers of American and European art pottery. The contest is being held on the Just Art Pottery Facebook page until September 25, 2009. In order to participate in the... Continue reading