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Roseville Pottery has always been a personal favorite of mine. I love the pieces that feature bright pastel colors and the company’s signature matte glaze. The glaze makes each piece so smooth and lovely. Roseville always seemed a very adult vintage decoration to me when I was a kid. So, when I found this vase today, I thought it was a good time to start decorating like an adult!
I love the colors of this vase – turquoise, bright periwinkle blue, pink, and yellow with a bit of rusty orange. The name of the flower motif on this piece is “Cosmos.” This design was first produced in 1940. The number on the bottom of the vase is tough to read, but I found this particular piece in the Roseville book, and it is number 649-5.
I picked this particular piece out of an extensive collection of Roseville and Weller pottery. The owner of the collection has the same taste as me – turquoise, blues, and pinks with matte glazes. It was a difficult choice, but this piece spoke to me and my decorating style. I love to fill my home with color!
I have found a few similar pieces of Roseville with the Cosmos design for you to shop and enjoy! Click on an image to go to the shop where the vintage pottery can be purchased!
Do you like to decorate with color? Are you a fan of Roseville Pottery? Please leave me a message in the comments below to let me know!
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