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    Posted 6 months ago

    Reeling
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    Pick this piece up at a flea market early Roseville pottery advertisement piece appreciate any information on it Thank you

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    1. Reeling Reeling, 6 months ago
      Vynil33rpm,
      fortapache.. Tks 4The luv
    2. Reeling Reeling, 6 months ago
      dav2no1.. Tks 4The luv
    3. keramikos, 6 months ago
      Reeling, Cute. :-)

      I found a sibling:

      Roseville Arts & Crafts 4" Matte Green Hexagonal Planter & Liner. This Roseville arts and crafts matte green hexagonal planter and liner stands 4" tall.

      https://picclick.com/Roseville-Arts-Crafts-4-Matte-Green-Hexagonal-303940250214.html

      About Stoehr & Fister:

      *snip*

      Stoehr & Fister was a premier furniture dealers, located in Scranton, PA, opening it's doors in 1906 as Stoehr, Fister, & Jennings. In 1922, the company broke ground on a large new building at Adams Avenue and Spruce Street in Scranton, at this time, the firm was now known as Stoehr & Fister. It stood about 6 floors tall, and today is the Lackawanna County Administration Building. Stoehr & Fister sold out to Speigel Inc., of Chicago in 1946. The company was out of business by 1971, when the building was sold to the county.

      *snip*

      https://www.worthpoint.com/worthopedia/1925-photo-stoehr-fister-furniture-co-431320230

      The beautiful Stoehr & Fister building in downtown Scranton, PA has been restored and redeveloped:

      *snip*

      The Stoehr & Fister Furniture Company constructed a new 6-story warehouse and showroom on courthouse square in 1923 in Downtown Scranton. Occupied by county government since the 1970’s, the building is our latest adaptive reuse project. Using Opportunity Zone investments, Federal and State HTC’s, grants, equity and debt, this 91,000 sf historic structure will be transformed in 60 market-rate residential units and 2 ground floor retail spaces. The project will cost $15 million and will begin summer 2019 with occupancy June, 2020.

      *snip*

      https://jeffersonwerner.com/projects/sf-draft-2/

      *snip*

      200 Adams is the latest in Downtown living. The historic Stoehr & Fister furniture manufacturing and retail store has been converted to 65 one and two bedroom residences.

      *snip*

      https://www.scrantonliving.com/200-adams

      Google Street View of the building in November 2020:

      200 Adams Ave, Scranton, PA 18503

      https://goo.gl/maps/Xr1CpZCCzpXMmFD7A

      Google Street View in August 2008:

      200 Adams Ave, Scranton, PA 18503

      https://goo.gl/maps/2jQ3VbaDPrPnw5be8
    4. keramikos, 6 months ago
      Oops, I think I transposed my Street View links. I imaging that you get the general idea, though. };-)
    5. keramikos, 6 months ago
      Gah, I am not having a good proofreading day, am I? >8-0

      Anyway, here is another of those little hexagonal Roseville planters:

      *snip*

      ROSEVILLE POTTERY planter in matt green and actually illustrated in the Huxford EARLY ROSEVILLE catalog as shape #213. This is a hexagonal small planter measuring 3-1/2" (with insert) and max and min dimensions across the hex shape of 4-1/2" and 3-3/4." The edges of the hex shape are formed as buttresses which run to the base and form 6 feet around the base perimeter. Each face has an embossed arts/crafts design of a half circle with three vertical stripes.

      *snip*

      https://www.ebay.com/itm/333769053780
    6. Reeling Reeling, 6 months ago
      Nursekent,
      MarmorealMaiden,
      vetraio50,
      auraaura,
      valentino97,
      AnythingObscure,
      fortapache,
      Manikin,
      Watchsearcher,
      dav2no1,
      Vynil33rpm.. TkS 4The luv

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