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Roseville Pottery Price Guide

A Guide to Help You Identify and Value Roseville Pottery

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The Roseville Pottery Company began producing utility lines more than 100 years ago in Roseville, Ohio. In 1898 the company moved to modern facilities in Zanesville, and entered the art pottery market in the early 1900s to compete with manufacturers such as Rookwood Pottery.

Roseville’s first art line, Rozane, concentrated on darker backgrounds with painted artwork featuring portraits, nature scenes, florals and animals, all popular themes incorporated into early 20th century pottery.

Some of the subsequent Roseville lines emulated low relief pottery of the ancient Egyptians and the high-gloss deep red vessels of the Chinese. Later patterns, decorated with designs inspired by nature, are more commonly found by collectors today.

The Rozane marks were the earliest used by Roseville. Other marks include the early RV ink stamp and the more common Roseville U.S.A.

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