The pattern is the HTF "Early Carnelian" pattern line and the shape is a flower vase. The vase stands 7 3/8" tall and is 4" in diameter at the shoulder. The vase displays a wonderful shoulder form but this vase is all about the glaze. It has a soft matte green glaze with reddish brown undertones.This glaze resembles Roseville's Antique Matt Green and looks almost identical the their Early Velmoss line but the clue that gives it away is the reddish brown bottom. Roseville achieved this by taking a fired piece in bisque, then dipping it in the red/brown. They then allowed this to dry before the final green was applied. This explains the undertones and the bottom color. The vase is considered to be in excellent condition as there are no cracks, chips, nicks or dings. The inside of the vase shows signs of use. The vase displays a very nicely ground bottom that is smooth to the touch. The glaze on the exterior is also very smooth.
The vase is unsigned but the red bottom is Roseville's signature mark for this vase. There is a number 32 written in pencil and a "n l " underlined written in a black grease pencil. These Early Carnelian vases are very hard to find. I have only had a handful of these through my 46+ years as a dealer/collector.This would be a lovely addition to any Arts and Crafts or Mission style decor. This vase was made circa 1916. CLEMENTS ANTIQUES OF NEW HAMPSHIRE STOREFRONT. Please wait for my Invoice before paying. Sign up for Mailing List.
Call Clements Antiques of New Hampshire. I will answer most questions usually within a few hours.The item "ROSEVILLE POTTERY, EARLY CARNELIAN SHOULDER VASE, ARTS AND CRAFTS, NICE GLAZE" is in sale since Wednesday, March 25, 2020. This item is in the category "Pottery & Glass\Pottery & China\Art Pottery\Roseville". The seller is "lastminute713" and is located in Tilton, New Hampshire. This item can be shipped worldwide.