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12/11/2017 02:05 PM
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(2) OLD ROSEVILLE HANGING PLANTERS ( CORINTHIAN)
Age. See below
Composition. Pottery
Size. 5” high x 9” round
Rating: 7
Comments. This is a vintage pair of Roseville Pottery hanging planters that were made in 1923 in the” Corinthian” pattern. They have a beige base glaze which is highlighted with green, brown, blue as well as rose colored glazes in its designs. Bold have holes in their top where a chain assembly was used to hold them up. Both of these planters are in sturdy shape with no breaks having normal use wear, have soiling/stains have a few small chips/flecks and their glaze crazing lines have darkened over the decades. Give them a good cleaning and find yourself some chains so you’re favorite plants can have a vintage home this winter.

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