Roseville Pottery Prices Guide for Beginners

Roseville pottery prices vary depending on the rarity and condition of a given piece. For example, a single Roseville vase could sell anywhere from $60 to $1,500 at auction. 

Due to the popularity of Roseville, there are many reproductions on the market, which bring overall prices down. Most early American pottery experts can distinguish between new and old pottery, but it can be a challenge for antique newbies. 

This introductory value guide will get you more familiar with common patterns and marks. In addition, the information below will also help you get a feel for the overall value of Roseville pottery. 

What is Roseville Pottery?

Roseville pottery is an iconic example of early American art pottery and primarily dates to the early 20th century. The Roseville Pottery Company produced ceramics in Zanesville Ohio starting in 1898 and rivaled similar brands like Rookwood and Weller

Common Roseville Pottery Patterns and Prices

When looking at this identification guide, it’s important to remember that certain pieces will always be more expensive and rare. For example, jardinieres tend to be significantly more expensive than small vases in the same pattern. 

However, for the sake of this article, we are going to examine Roseville pottery prices as a whole on a pattern by pattern basis. Below is not an exhaustive list of every Roseville pattern, but we’ve included ten starter patterns that people search frequently. 


Price Range Guide

$: Inexpensive, between $20 – $150
$$: Moderately priced, between $150 – $300
$$$: Expensive, between $300 – $900
$$$$: High-end, between $900+

Index

*Some of the pattern examples below are currently for sale. If you purchase any of these pieces using the affiliate link, we may earn a small commission. 


1. Apple Blossom 

Date Produced: 1949 – 1952
Marks: Raised Roseville USA hallmark with # indicating shape and size
Pieces: Between 41 – 45 shapes
Colors: Green, blue, and pink
Price Range: $$


2. Artcraft

Date Produced: 1933
Marks: Foil Roseville labels with hand-marked style number
Pieces: Unknown
Colors: Green, blue, and tan
Price Range: $$$


3. Artwood

Date Produced: 1951
Marks: Raised Roseville USA hallmark with # indicating shape and size
Pieces: 13 shapes
Colors: Green, grey, yellow
Price Range: $$


4. Aztec

Roseville Pottery Aztec Vase / List Price: $335

Date Produced: 1905
Marks: Rozane wafer mark or unmarked
Pieces: Vases and pitchers
Colors: Blue, grey, tan
Price Range: $$$


5. Bandea

Date Produced: 1932
Marks: White paper or foil labels
Pieces: 36 shapes
Colors: Green and pink
Price Range: $$$


6. Bittersweet

Date Produced: 1951
Marks: Raised Roseville USA hallmark with # indicating shape and size
Pieces: 42 shapes
Colors: Green, grey, yellow
Price Range: $


7. Blackberry

Roseville Pottery Blackberry Vase / List Price: $632.50

Date Produced: 1932
Marks: Foil Roseville labels with hand-marked style number
Pieces: 29 shapes
Colors: All pieces in the same colors
Price Range: $$$


8. Bleeding Heart

Date Produced: 1940
Marks: Raised Roseville USA hallmark with # indicating shape and size
Pieces: 48 shapes
Colors: Green, pink, blue (blue is the most expensive)
Price Range: $


9. Bushberry

Roseville Pottery Bushberry Candlestick / List Price: $65

Date Produced: 1941
Marks: Raised Roseville USA hallmark with # indicating shape and size
Pieces: 61 – 64 shapes
Colors: Green, orange, blue
Price Range: $


10. Carnelian

Date Produced: 1926
Marks: Unmarked or Rv
Pieces: 103 shapes
Colors: Blue over turquoise, yellow over tan, blue over pink, blue over light blue. Some were reglazed in muted colors
Price Range: $


We hope you have a better understanding of Roseville pottery prices as a whole. Remember, values will fluctuate depending on the market and current design trends. Good luck!

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