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Posted 4 years ago

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jriney
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This is one of two pots that were left in an old 1950's house when I moved in. It says Roseville, USA, and RRPCO on the bottom. Any help telling me more about this would be greatly appreciated. The piece is about 10 inches tall.

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  1. Vestaswind Vestaswind, 4 years ago
    I'm not sure what else you need to know. Roseville is made in Ohio. This is an older piece but not as sought after as most. The plain planter and vases like these go for around $10-$20 on line.
  2. jriney, 4 years ago
    Ok thanks, Vestaswind, for the info. I don't know anything about pottery. Just thought it looked neat when I found it in the dirty old garage. I appreciate your help!
  3. Vestaswind Vestaswind, 4 years ago
    I see!. Some Roseville can be worth a good amount. It's their hand painted things and thinner pottery pieces. There are Roseville collectors that will pick up anything marked. Some of their decorative items are pretty impressive
  4. greely1 greely1, 3 years ago
    Hi Your vases were not made by "Roseville" but by Robinson Ransbottom. Roseville was marked RPCO and yours are marked RRPCO

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