5 3/4 inches wide by 3 inches tall. According to the research I did, this pattern was not marked.
Unmarked similar pieces can be seen on page 93 in "Introducing Roseville Pottery" by Mark Bassett. Condition: No chips, breaks or repairs. The interior is nice and clean. There is a very small (3/8) tight hairline at the rim (Please refer to photo #10). There are about 5 glaze flakes to the brown paint on the rim.
One is slightly larger than the others (please see photo #7). This piece has allover age crazing. There is a manufacturing flaw on the base. 3/16 inch long and oval shaped.
I examined this with a 10x loupe and you can see the rough clay inside so I do believe this occurred when the piece was made (Please see photo #11). There is a stray tiny (1/4) line of green paint in the yellow road. There are some random dark specks thoughout - most likely impurities in the clay or glaze.
There is some minor wear to the paint (face, houses, chicken, steering wheel). Minor wear and light scratches consistent with age and normal use. This RARE piece would make a Very Nice addition to any Roseville or Art Pottery Collection. PLEASE VIEW MY OTHER ITEMS FOR SALE.
The item "RARE Antique 1920s ROSEVILLE TOURIST Pottery 6 Fern Bowl Planter Arts & Crafts" is in sale since Tuesday, December 21, 2021. This item is in the category "Pottery & Glass\Cookware, Dinnerware & Serveware\Bowls". The seller is "royalmilepup" and is located in York, Pennsylvania.This item can be shipped to United States.