Ladies and Gentlemen.For your viewing and purchasing pleasure allow me to introduce this vintage, Gorgeous Peony Conch Shell. This shell is from the Roseville Peony pattern of art pottery circa 1930's. This shell is free from chips, cracks and repairs. Guaranteed to be vintage Roseville from the 1930's, NOT reproduction. How this example has survived for so many years and still in this condition is amazing. These shells are very scarce and rare and this is one Pristine Musuem Quality example. This shell is clearly marked on the base "Roseville USA 436". This is a great example of this pattern and a real find for those who collect only the best Roseville pieces. Please view all images and feel free to ask any questions? Be sure to check out my other auctions, baby needs new shoes! Payment required within 7 days of auction end. Shipping to lower 48 is $14.00 priority mail USPS which includes insurance. Local pick up available at no charge if desired. A word about Roseville pottery. Roseville was production pottery. That being said many people list Roseville as mint or perfect. I have seen very few, if any, examples of Roseville that I would call mint or perfect. T has only been one Thing perfect on this earth and He died for you and me nearly 2000 years ago. Glaze pops, glaze misses, stray clay and color runs are not unusual on all patterns of Roseville. In my opinion these characteristics only add individuality, charm and personality to these pieces of American History.
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