“Pinecone” Jardiniere by Frank Ferrell for Roseville Pottery
Very nice example of the Roseville Pottery “Pinecone” design. This oval jardiniere is in impeccable condition for its age and features a varied ochre/ brown glaze with green “pine needle” details.
Roseville was an American pottery manufacturer active in the 19th – 20th centuries. The pieces produced have become highly collectible. The “Pine Cone” (commonly referred to as “Pinecone”) design was done by Frank Ferrell and introduced in 1935. Early pieces had foil labels and hand written shape numbers. We believe this to be one of the early pieces. Later, they were either die impressed or had raised Roseville script. While this item no longer maintains a label, it does have a handwritten number “9” and “t”. It measures 4.75″ to top of handles. Listing dimensions are for actual bowl size.
711 North La Cienega Blvd,
Los Angeles, CA 90069 USA