Roseville Art Pottery Wall Pockets

There is something so striking about a collection of American art pottery wall pockets. Take it a step further and make it a collection of Roseville Pottery wall pockets, and you have a beautiful – and rare – collection. Many of us don’t have a six, eight or more Roseville wall pockets, but there’s no doubt these treasures are not likely to leave the family. If you’re like me, these get written into the will!

What makes Roseville Pottery wall pockets so different has a lot to do with the versatility of these creations. The glaze lines, shapes, textures and a host of other creative efforts come together to form the perfect wall decor. The fact that many of the lines with Roseville Pottery include a wall pocket sweetens the deal even more.

Roseville Snowberry

One of the really popular lines, Roseville Pottery Snowberry, has its own wall pocket. It incorporates interesting straight lines and even has small handles. The beveled florals along with the way the browns, pinks and greens play off each other, makes this a definite must-have if you ever come across one. The good news is it’s a fairly affordable piece. These beauties measure 5 1/4″ in height and are 8″ wide.

Roseville Poppy Gray

Another favorite, at least of this writer, is the Roseville Pottery Poppy Gray wall pocket. I love this one because of the way the artists extend it with two miniature pockets on either side. Another eye-catching inclusion is the lovely pale yellow and light blue-gray glaze combination. It’s the perfect frame for the white poppy pair that defines this wall vase.

Roseville Freesia Green

For those who appreciate the more dramatic side of Roseville Pottery, the Freesia Green is definitely worth a bit of time searching out. The soft black allows the matte green glaze to jump out, even as what appears to be very light pink dandelions are gracing center stage. It too offers dual handles and is sure to the centerpiece of any Roseville Pottery wall pocket collection. The design has a wide opening at the top and flows downward to a soft point at its base.

These are just a few of the wall pockets that are part of the Roseville name. If you have a collection, we’d love to see your photos. We’re always inspired by other Roseville Pottery fans.

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