Roseville Pottery Company was organized in Roseville, Ohio, in 1890. Good estate condition with some water marks to interior from use. Descriptions, images and price ranges are included for reference purposes. Begin your journey now by. Factory firing lines inside pedestal as shown do not go through.
Special Features This area is a comprehensive view of the history of Brush-McCoy and some of the employees who were fundamentally important in shaping the Company. There is new, never-before published information here. Check out these excellent resources. This history includes further insight into his life. You will be able to view pictures and catalog examples of many of these production numbers. During the tenure of Walter Moorcroft, the Liberty store's interest in Moorcroft was purchased by Moorcroft in 1962.
This Guide is currently has 406 web pages of content. McCoy plant were added to the. New information about George Brush's first pottery, which operated from late 1907 through 1908. This tool is unique to BrushMcCoy. We had minor damage to the upper rim of the jardiniere professionally restored.
The most valuable Weller pottery are the early hand-decorated pieces. This guide contains a unique explanation of what these abbreviations represent. The later items are considerably less valuable than the older pieces made from the late 1800s through the early 1930s. Browse through the to take a look at new, larger pictures. Bottom of jardiniere marked with Roseville and 632-8. Louwelsa was one of Weller's most popular lines and ultimately included over 500 different shapes of vases and bowls. Good mold, color and glaze.
Please note that we are unable to respond to questions regarding history, valuation or sale of antique and collectable items. The abundance of information contained in this site is likely to grow over time; which makes it a bargain. We have changed it's location! He also developed the art nouveau-influenced Florian Ware which was decorated entirely by hand, with the design outlined in trailed slip using a technique known as tubelining. There are many new and interesting things to see here, and we are regularly adding more. After 1935, the company made only molded until the company closed in 1948. This catalog has never been published in it's entirety.
A few other minor scuffs. Later lines were often made with molded decorations, especially flowers and fruit. The began producing utility lines more than 100 years ago in Roseville, Ohio. This a unique area that allows you to view important dates in Brush-McCoy history; which will help simplify your understanding of what happened - when. Other marks include the early and the more common Collectors and dealers should also be aware of a number of on the market. You are about to subscribe to the online version of Carter's Price Guide to Antiques and Collectables. To this day, it remains among the highest quality pottery ever produced.
Hard to find and beautiful Roseville Pottery Cosmos jardiniere and pedestal. Super mold, color and glaze. Every shape which appears in these catalogs has now been indexed in numerical order. This 8- by 5-inch Weller female nude from the Muskota line was originally produced around 1915. The other final lines were Stellar, Geode, Raceme, and Bonito. Crisp mold with great color. Large and impressive Roseville Pottery Bushberry blue jardiniere and pedestal.
Rozane marks were the earliest used by Roseville, and in most instances those pieces are dark in coloring and plain in shape. There are some colored in flat chips to the base edge of the jardiniere and a tight t-shaped line mid body. The Weller Hudson line was developed in the late 1910s to the early 1920s. From 1930 to 1932, Cretone was among the last freehand-decorated lines introduced at Weller. Shows well and no other chips, cracks, damage, or repair of any kind. These are great, nostalgic photos you may have never seen before.
In 1997 the Moorcroft Design Studio was formed with eight designers, and with Rachel Bishop as head designer. This piece has been professionally restored on the rim. Some wear to the top of the pedestal. Good Roseville Pottery Zephyr Lily blue jardiniere and pedestal. Because of the way the Lines are indexed, it is easier than ever to find what you are looking for. It was marked with Weller block-letter-incised mark. It still stands out as one of the more interesting Weller pottery lines.
Our focus is to provide an ever-expanding site that will be your first source for obtaining knowledge of these companies and their wares. This area has lots really interesting photographs with captions. In the 1980s Moorcroft got into financial difficulties as a result of rising wages and fuel, which were exacerbated by the labour intensive techniques employed by Moorcroft and the company went through several changes in ownership with the result that from 1993 the company was controlled by the Edwards family, which is still the case. This Guide is not intended to be a replacement of existing reference books, but is an accompanying reference that will enhance and expand on this existing information. The jardiniere has a nick to the rim, a partially reglued chip to the rim, chips to the rim, and chips to three feet.