For Sale I have one of the most desirable Art Pottery Patterns to collect and it was made by The Roseville Pottery Company of Zanesville. Ohio. The Item is a double handled "Spherical Vase" and it is done in the Highly Desirable "Sunflower" Pattern. The Vase stands 4" tall, 5 3/4" in diameter. This is a very pleasing pattern created by Roseville Pottery. The vase looks like Globe or Sphere with two ears. The piece displays Six Embossed Mature Sunflowers along the upper portion of the vase. They are supported by detailed Leaves with the curving stems joining each other at the bottom. The Sunflowers are individually defined and display a deep Yellow Glaze with the leaves being a Verdi Green with hints of Blue Glaze. They are set against a Grainy Brown Background Glaze that bleeds down from the top to a Blue Green and a much deeper Blue Glaze at the bottom. There is lots of Blue along the bottom half. The Grainy texture kind of gives this piece that added realistic look as if you were looking at the Sunflowers Growing out of the Ground. The Vase is considered to be in excellent condition as there are no cracks, chips, nicks or dings. It is unsigned but there is no doubt as to who made this. More than likely it had a Foil Label that simply fell off over time. There is a number 4 written in a Blue Greaze Pencil or Glaze. This was more than likely the finishers number. This is one of the harder to find shapes in the Sunflower Pattern to acquire in one's collection. This was known as shape number 213-4" in Roseville's Catalog Pages. This Vase was made Circa 1930 just prior to the Great Depression. This is a wonderful example of Roseville's Sunflower Pattern. The Mold is crisp and it has very strong Glaze Colors, especially the Blue. This piece is also very clean and appears that it was primarily used as a Cabinet piece. I'm sure the lucky Buyer will be elated with their purchase.