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Posted 3 years ago

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Here is some of my Roseville collection. The Vista vase is 12". It's been repaired, but it was too pretty to leave at the booth for $25.00. The Ferella piece is in excellent condition. I included the vase, with the pic of the base, because someone had a question if their piece was authentic. It is a very similar vintage and style to the one they had. One of the ways I was told to help tell a fake is the color of the clay. Most all real Roseville is a tan color, and the repros are usually very white. Also, the repro glazes tend to not be as detailed, or overdone, and very flat and a bit rough. Also, all the Roseville I have seen with the relief (raised) mark has the USA as part of the mark. I hope this helps, I have been seeing a lot of repros out there lately.

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  1. dah2112 dah2112, 3 years ago
    Looks like authenic Roseville to me,the ferella pattern is very desireable.The blue vase is freesia,very nice pieces,thanks for sharing.The roseville raised mark almost always has USA.
  2. upstatenycollector upstatenycollector, 3 years ago
    Thanks dah2112. The Ferrella is my favorite. I have also seen it in red. The red costs more, but I like the brown glaze better. Thanks for the comments.

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