is a beautiful vintage Roseville PotteryTea Set. This is the green Bushberry set from the early 1900's. It is in near mint condition.This is a 3 piece set that includes the Teapot, sugar and creamer. Each piece is marked on the bottom: Teapot - Roseville USA 2-T, Creamer - Roseville USA 2-C and the Sugar bowl - Roseville USA 2-C. Each piece is free of any chips or hairlines. The creamer has had the handle repaired- which is barely noticeable unless very close, but other pieces are in mint condition. This is an absolutely gorgeous set that displays beautifully! The Roseville Pottery was incorporated in 1892. The firm's first manufacturing line included stoneware jars, flowerpots and cuspidors which were manufactured in Roseville, Ohio. After its move to Zanesville, it was decided that Roseville Pottery would manufacture art pottery. Roseville Pottery was famous for the manufacture of many antique pottery patterns, including some of the most famous: Green Matte, Apple Blossom, Artcraft, Artwood, Autumn, Aztec, Azurean, Baneda, Bittersweet, Blackberry, Bleeding Heart, Blue Ware, Burmese, Bushberry, Cameo, Capri, Carnelian I, Carnelian II, Cherry Blossom, Chinese Red, Chloron, Clemana, Clematis, Coat-of-Arms, Colonial, Columbine, Corinthian, Cornelian or Cornelian Twist, Cosmos, Cremo, Cremona, Crocus, Crystal Green, Crystalis, Dahlrose, Dawn, Della Robbia, Dogwood I, Dogwood II, Donatella tea sets. The company ceased operations in 1954. is an eye-catcher for your collection! This is a wonderful set to have as your own. Please check out my other items liste don Ebay! Save on shipping when you combine several items that we will have quickly delivered to your front door. Be sure to add me to your favorites list - we continue to add many collectible, vintage, unique and hard-to-find items daily! I will respond to all inquiries. ***All shipping outside the U.S. - Please contact us for the best rates to your location.
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