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Roseville "Hyde Park" Metal Monogram Ashtray /Pale Green and Brown Drip Glaze / Circa 1950

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Art Pottery177 of 227Haeger Figurine " Tango" or " The Embrace"/ # 6056  / Circa 1990'sLeaf Shaped Dish with  Hand Painted Mums / Marked Made in Occupied Japan / Circa 1945-1952
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Posted 2 years ago


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This was a total surprise to me when I found out this piece was Roseville because it isn't marked anywhere. All it says is "The Hyde Park" no. 1900 Made in USA. Apparently there were many shapes and colors of these ashtrays made in the 50's with removable metal ( copper or brass? ) monograms. This one has a "CA" in the middle. Wonder if it belonged to someone famous ? Sadly it has two small nicks in the edge. I had looked at it before but today it was "green" sticker half price day, so I figured I'd buy it. I wasn't even aware that it was Roseville until I got it home and looked it up online. Just knew that it looked like something good. -Mike-


  1. nldionne nldionne, 2 years ago
    Lucky you!
  2. lovesoldashtrays6 lovesoldashtrays6, 12 months ago
    I have an ashtray that looks just like this but its a 20 pound all brass it has a n in the middle I can't find anything like it. U ever seen one?
  3. dunhamc123, 11 months ago
    Hi, sorry, that is not Roseville. The Hyde Park company in Massachusetts, I researched, made the largest number of bronzed baby shoes in the 40’s. They made a number of metal items. But, I have seen a letter from a vice president of the company that said it contracted with 3 different companies to make these ashtrays from them. I remember one was Haeger and another was Coors (the pottery company). The 3’rd was not Roseville. There are quite a number of these usually, not always, numbered in 5’s. 1905, 1910, 1915, 1920 etc. The center usually had a gothic letter on it. But many times had small statues or company symbols as requested.

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