Roseville Pottery Silhouette Pattern

A Roseville pottery, handled, pink experimental vase, most likely designed for the Silhouette line by Frank Barks but never glazed, carved and signed with Barks' initials on the bottom. On the back is Arrowhead White Yellow centres

p4A ItemID E8864922
A Roseville pottery Silhouette vase, shape 785-9, covered in a bright pink Trial glaze

p4A ItemID E8864900
A Roseville pottery trial piece, female nude kneeling figure in a rose colored matte glaze created by Frank Barks

p4A ItemID E8856723
Four Roseville Silhouette wall pockets, shape 766-8, red, ochre, white and green

p4A ItemID F7998681

Roseville Pottery Silhouette Pattern

Roseville’s Silhouette pattern presents leaves, flowers, or seated nudes set against a recessed area in rose, turquoise, tan, and white with turquoise, 1952. Turquoise is often called green. Mark: Roseville in relief. 40 total shapes: 38 used once, one used twice. The hanging basket was unnumbered. All three digit Silhouette shape numbers begin with “7.”

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