Old RRPCo Roseville Ohio Art Pottery Jardiniere 8" NR
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Sold Date: 07/21/2008
Channel: Online Auction
We are very proud to offer this wonderful assortment of items that we have been collecting over the years. This is a very nice old Art Pottery jardiniere planter vase with the maker name reading "R.R.P.Co, Roseville Ohio, No-421, U.S.A." on the bottom, and with a pedestal that was damaged and repaired at the bottom. We are not sure if the pieces were originally together the pedestal can be included or left out if not wanted. It is a beautifully done with a great look and shape with a raised flower pattern, and pretty brown and green glaze. The vase is large and measures approx. 8" tall by 10" across at the center.
The jardiniere is as we found it in nice looking condition, with no apparent chips or cracks, and with only some small glaze divets or loss on the flowers possibly from when it was made, and all from age, use, and storage.
We take great care in packing our items for safe arrival so we are not the fastest shippers, although we are trying to streamline and be faster. Please let us know if this is a gift or is needed by a specific time.
A very nice find and a great addition to your home, or collection. High bidder to pay shipping and insurance. It is a medium size item weighing about 16 lb 8lb each and shipping on this item will probably be about $20.00 to $25.00 for both or less vase only or possibly more because of its large size and depending on your distance from the East Coast plus insurance in the Continental U.S. We of course can ship more then one item together to save postage costs, and depending on the outcome of the auction are willing to assist with the shipping costs. Thank you for looking and good luck!!!. AP
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We appreciate your looking at our items. NR in the title stands for No Reserve in the price on this item. When we do use a reserve it is not to try for top dollar, but only just so an item wouldn't sell for a goofy amount of money, much less then we would ask at the local flea market. Thanks, Gram
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