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ROSEVILLE "VELMOSS Scroll" Vase

Tall ROSEVILLE "VELMOSS SCROLL" Vase with incised decoration. The tall, high shouldered vase is decorated with a design that depicts the Scottish rose on a thorny vine, impressed into the creamware body and tinted a deep rose color with green accents, all set off against the cream color glaze of the body. In fine original condition. Measures: 10" H x 3 3/8" W at the shoulder.

"Velmoss Scroll" was a pattern introduced by the Roseville Pottery between 1917 and 1922. The 33 shapes include bowls, pitchers, jardinieres, pedestals, and wall pockets. Pieces in this pattern were usually unmarked.

The pattern shows a strong English Arts & Crafts influence, and looks as though it would be right at home in the fabled Macintosh-designed Willow Tea Room in Glasgow, or in the Winter Garden of Mrs. Higgins, as imagined for the screen by Cecil Beaton in his masterpiece "My Fair Lady".

Processing and shipping within the Continental United States $25.00, plus 1.5% replacement cost/insurance.

 

Condition:

Condition as stated.

Witherell's strives to provide as much information and as many photographs as possible but encourages in-person inspection by bidders. Condition statements are only for general guidance and should not be relied upon as complete statements of fact and do not constitute a representation, warranty or assumption of liability by Witherell's.

Estimate: $50 - $100
Price Realized Including Buyer's Premium
$60
08/01/2019

 

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Witherell's strives to provide as much information and photographs as possible but encourages in-person inspection by bidders. Condition statements are only for general guidance and should not be relied upon as complete statements of fact and do not constitute a representation, warranty or assumption of liability by Witherell's. All lots are sold "AS IS" under the Terms and Conditions. There will be no Buyers Premium. Methods of payment are cash, check, credit cards, money orders, or wire transfer for foreign payments.