Manufactured for nearly 70 years, Roseville pottery gained quite a following during the years it was in production. Today, Roseville pottery has become one of the most prized and sought after antique collectibles. Pieces in good condition can be very valuable on the antique market.
Is Roseville pottery worth money?
Pieces with strong mold shapes are also desirable. However, most all genuine Roseville pieces are considered collectible and even the most common still hold some value these days. In excellent condition they regularly sell for $50 or more through online auctions and in antique shops.
What do the numbers mean on the bottom of Roseville pottery?
The Shape-Size Number Roseville Pottery pieces have shape and size numbers, which are usually part of the in-mold marks used after the mid-1930s. For example, the number 728-10 refers to a 10 inch form in the Silhouette line, while the number 991-12 refers to a 12 inch vase in the white Rose line.