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Roseville Pottery, Roseville and Zanesville, OH

Incorporated in 1892. Its founders began by buyimg the JB Owens Factory.

Initially they produced stoneware jars, flowerpots and cuspidors.

Roseville's first artware line was Rozane.

Roseville Pottery was produced until 1954.

Their lines included:

Antique Green Matte, Apple Blossum, Artcraft, Artwood, Autumn, Aztec, Azurean, Baneda, Bittersweet, Blackberry, Bleeding Heart, Blue Ware, Burmese, Bushberry, Cameo, Capri, Carnelian I, Carnelian II, Cherry Blossum, Chloron, Clemana, Clematis, Coat-of-Arms, Colonial, Columbine, Corinthian, Cosmos, Della Robbia, Donatello, Dogwood, Dutch, Earlham, Egypto, Falline, Ferella, Florane, Florentine, Forest, Foxglove, Futura,, Gardenia, Glossy Pine Cone, Holland, Holly, and many more lines.

For a more detailed description of each line, marks and artist signatures refer to Ralph & Terry Kovel. Kovel's American Art Pottery. New York: Crown Publishers. 1993.

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