The Roseville Bushberry line as introduced in 1941. Busheberry has large three-section leaves with sawtooth edges and clusters of berries. The handles are stylized branches with a textured background in blue, brown or green. I prefer the blue background as the colors of the leaves and berries really pop. Here we have a fine example of a Bushberry Cornucopia vase. The blue background with green leaves and brownish berries are well done. Everything about this vase is just marvelous. It really lends itself to
Manufactured by the Japanese Ucagco Co. during the 1950's, this Pink Cornucopia Vase still has it original paper sticker on the bottom. The Vase is 6" tall, 4 1/2" wide, and on a 3 1/4" x 2" oval base. The top and base are decorated with a scalloped white relief garland. One one side is a raised white relief of a woman and a cherub done in Mythological Greek Wedgwood style. but this vase is made by Ucagco.
Red Wing - Red Wing Art Pottery Vases Cornucopia - Various Vases,Giftware Only
Lovely Hull art pottery cornucopia vase marked HULL USA W -7- 7/12. It is about 6.25" tall and about 9" long. It is in excellent vintage condition with no obvious chips or repairs and a small rust spot on the base and I see a tiny glaze pop or chigger mark on the bottom (I had to loop it and cannot tell if it is manuf. or nick).
This large horn of plenty or cornucopia is an earth tone rust color. It measures 8 1/2" tall. It has a gloss finish. It is unmarked. It has small places where the color and glaze has not covered_ especially around the base. There are three small glaze flakes around the rim.
This item is a cornucopia shaped vase bottom marked, "Hull Art Pottery. U.S.A., W-7-71/2" and is pictured on page 145 of, "The Collector's Ultimate Encyclopedia of Hull Pottery, Volume One" by Brenda Roberts. The piece is 6 3/8" tall, 8 3/4" long, by 3" wide and comes with 75% of the original foil label on the interior. The upper rim is pink, the center section is cream, and the bottom section is light green in color. The central decoration depicts flower blossoms surrounded by leaves and stems. There are
Weller Pottery Wild Rose Cornucopia mfg'd. in the 1930's. It is in the soft rose pink color background with a beautiful Wild Rose flower and green leaves on each side. It stands 6 inches tall and is marked on the bottom with in-mold script---Weller. The mark is very faint but it is there. In excellent condition with no damage or repairs. There is very light age crazing which is unnoticeable.
Roseville Pottery Magnolia Blue Cornucopia 183-6 Very nice Roseville Pottery Magnolia blue cornucopia. Superior mold, color and glaze. EXCELLENT CONDITION. Flat, non-showing to base edge. No other chips, cracks, damage or repair of any kind. Bottom marked with Roseville, USA and 183-6. Vase is 6 1/4" tall and 8" wide.
Vintage pair of Hull Tokay cornucopia vases, creamy glaze with dark green and aqua grapes and leaves decoration, very handsome. These sort of vases make anyone look like an expert arranger with just a handful of leaves, some berries perhaps, and a couple of flowers. The shape and decoration of the vases and rims do most of the work. They measure six and five eighths inches high, and five and three quarters inches across the width of the rims. Both are in excellent condition with NO issues. I will of course
Van Briggle Pottery Triple Cornucopia Good Van Briggle Pottery triple cornucopia. Nice shape, color and glaze. MINT CONDITION. No chips, cracks, damage or repair of any kind. Feet marked with logo, Van Briggle and Colo. Spgs. Cornucopia is 4 3/4" tall and5" wide.
This is a Hull S-6-R Parchment and Pine Cornucopia Vase. It is 10 1/2 tall and is a left handed cornucopia. In this pattern, cornucopias (and in some other patterns as well) are either left or right handed depending on which direction the decoration faces and the piece is so marked. The vase has decorated embossed very realistic pine boughs with cones in a high gloss Pine Green and Pearl Gray finish with brown trim. The vase was manufactured by the Hull Pottery Company of Crooksville, Ohio. The production
_DSC5695 Cornucopia cornucopia vase Red Wing Red Wing 1098 Red Wing cornucopia vase RedWing Redwing USA Red Wing USA Product Description Red wing Pottery Cornucopia Vase. Cream background with Cream Leaf Pattern on the side. White inside the vase. Marked Red Wing, U.S.A., 1098. Size is 8″h x 8 1/2″ W. 8.5 x 8 in Red Wing Reviews Be the first to review “Vintage Red Wing cornucopia vase #1098” Related Products
This item is a Roseville Pottery cornucopia vase. The piece is 6 1/8" tall, 6 1/2" edge to end of horn, by 3 1/2" across the base. The base is mauve and is decorated with green leaves. The center section is yellowish and has white flowers with yellow centers as decoration and the vases top edge is pink. The bottom is marked Roseville 125-6, but the mark is obscure due to heavy glaze. There is age crazing consistent with age, but the vase has no chips, cracks, flea bites, or repairs. Please feel free to
Hull Pottery Blue Bow Knot Double Cornucopia B-13-13 Nice blue Hull Pottery Bow-Knot double cornucopia. CLEAN and MINT CONDITION. No chips, cracks, damage or repair of any kind. Bottom of cornucopia marked with U.S.A., Hull Art, and B-13-13". Body of vase marked with Hull Pottery label. Cornucopia is 8" tall and 13" wide. ESTATE FRESH!
This Vintage piece of Weller Pottery is in the wild Rose pattern and in shades of peachy,tan and greens it is marked on the bottom Weller with a black x also it is in excellent condition and for the age it is simply great. Measures 6" to the highest part on the back. Thanks for dropping into see us.
A beautiful Hull Woodland Flower vase in the cornucopia design. Shades of dark pink to light pink with a double handle Marked on the bottom Hull W10-11 in. U.S.A. In the best of conditions, with no chips, cracks scratches or other issues. Very nice! Ca. 1949
The outside of the Cornucopia and its base are pale pink with basket weave highlights in black. The outside is decorated with golden leaves and orange, purple, pink and wine colored flowers. The inside of the Cornucopia is a deeper pink color. The vase measures 11 inches wide by 5.5 inches deep and it stands 6.75 inches tall. Underneath it says Hull over USA with T 6 to the right side. Beneath the maker's mark is a copyright symbol and '55 which indicates the design was copyrighted in 1955. The vase is free
This lovely matte blue vase is shaped like a cornucopia. It has white flowers at the base of the horn on both sides. The bottom is marked Roseville U.S.A. 143-6". This vase is in near mint condition.
Roseville Art Pottery Reddish-Brown & White Freesia Cornucopia Vase, Number 197-6". The bottom is incised with the Roseville U.S.A. mark, number 197-6". It is in very good condition without any chips, cracks, damage or repair, but there is some crazing present and pictured. It measures 6 1/4 inches tall.
Hull Woodland Art Pottery Cornucopia Vase W10 11 Hull W 10 11 U.S.A. this is the very hard to find Woodland pattern Size is approx. 12" side to side and approx. 6 " at tallest point and approx. 4 " wide . Ready to grace your Home with Beauty in great condition with 3 heavy scars or lines or scraps on the bottom side
Lovely vintage Hull Pottery vase, or planter, in the shape of a cornucopia in fall colors of green and shades of burgundy. Nice, shiny finish and clean inside, but there are a couple of lines, under the glaze on each high point. These are not repairs, and if flaws, were done at the factory before the clear glaze was fired. Possibly a factory second? Still a great looking piece, at a great price! Circa 1940-1950. If you are ordering more than one item from my shop, wait to pay until I send back an invoice
For sale is a beautiful pattern of art pottery made by The Roseville Pottery Company of Zanesville, Ohio. The pattern is called "Bushberry" and it is done in the most desirable blue background glaze. The vase is a nice cabinet size as it stands 6 3/8" tall and is 4 3/4" in diameter. The pattern displays very detailed embossed Maple shaped leaves and clusters of bush berries dangling or growing from a stem out of the leaves. The twig handle rises from the foot and attaches above half way up the vase. The
The Weller Pottery Company produced the Blossom line in the mid to late 1930's. Each piece is molded with two white flowers clustered together on a branch. This line was made in two colors: blue and green. They are either slightly lobed, draped or have stylized handles. This Blossom Cornucopia vase has the blue body with draping lines. The flower blossoms are well done. There is an artist mark on the bottom which is attributed to the hand painting of the flowers. Just a beautiful example of this line and a
Vintage 1940s-50s, lovely vase or planter in a combination of light green and shades of burgundy. It measures 10 inches long, and a bit taller than 4 inches. It is marked on the bottom, "Hull USA" and, "64". There are no chips, but on the high point on each side are lines under the clear glaze. They are smooth to the touch. To me, they look like factory flaws that occurred before the piece was clear glazed and fired. Maybe a factory second? I've included close up photos. I apologize for the high shipping,
This is a mauve pink pottery vase that is the Horn of Plenty shape. It is an unmarked vintage pottery vase and a very unique pottery vase. It is shell pink or mauve in color and is in very good condition. This is from the era of brush McCoy pottery and Shawnee pottery and reminds me of those vintage pottery companies. Treat yourself to this wonderful collectible item! I sure hope you have fun shopping in my store, please visit again and bookmark me so you can find me easily! Please email me any questions
These beautiful Roseville Gardenia twin cornucopia bud vases were made in the 1950 and they are in great condition. They are a whopping 9 inches tall and 7 1/2 inches across. Glazed in a pleasing wash of colors, they are free from cracks, chips, and repairs. Close inspection will reveal nearly invisible crazing, but it does not detract from the beauty of the pieces. They are marked Roseville USA 622-8 on the bases. This form is very difficult to find in premium condition, and here is your chance to own a
The white vases have a vertical horn of plenty with the base having large leaves. There are ridges on the horn and the base. This pair of vases are marked RUMRILL. Around the 1930's a salesman, George Rumrill, made a deal with Red Wing where he would sell their pottery around the country but under his last name "RumRill". There are many pieces that are made by Red Wing but marked in this second name. There is an H 14 on both vases as well as a name. Someone has tried to make out the impressed name on one
Vintage Iridescent Double Cornucopia Vase. Beautiful double horn iridescent vase for your office or home. This iridescent vase is a creamy color with a spray of flowers at the base of the double horns. It has a golden edge with the flowers in blue yellow