Posted 5 years ago
Good Evening CW Friends---10:30 PM)2016-4-25
This is not usual what I found at the thrift store, or could be not good timing, there so many like me in my area, looking for the great piece, could be art glass, pottery, even Artwork, those individual grow like weed in the field, new face every month.
Anyway not today, the employee at the salvation, mention to me, that i break a record of time for that one, she just put in the showcase for 10 minute before I came in and Buy It, she told me that another customer look at it and did't Buy It, I don't understand that, because for 14.99 was very cheap for a Roseville Imperial 1, specially in pristine condition like this one, no chip, crack or damage, on the spot i look on line on eBay, they sold for $299US.
This vase stand 10.25 inch tall, 8 inch wide at the handles, 6.50 inch wide, 5 inch top rim, on a 5.75 inch base.
Thanks for Viewing.
------------------------Roseville Imperial I (Textured)----------------------------
Imperial I (Textured) is a middle period rustic pattern introduced by Roseville Pottery in 1921. Imperial I (Textured) has an irregularly modeled background with shades of green and brown. The low-relief decoration is a vine with berries or grapes. Imperial (Textured) was usually unmarked, but some examples have a blue ink stamp with the shape number and size. There are 30 shapes, including bowls, vases, wall pockets, ferners, baskets, window boxes, jardinieres, pedestals, and an umbrella stand.
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