Rosemeade prancing fawn flower frog with a Haeger low vase. Rosemeade was in business from 1940-1961 in North Dakota. No chips or cracks. One pindot of blue on one of the ears, not sure what that is. All over faint crazing. Bottom is a deep, dark green color. It has the Rosemeade inkstamp on bottom. Very hard to find pottery; not a lot of it around. You also get the vintage Haeger low vase for free. it has 3 stilt marks on bottom; marked: Haeger 3832 USA. It is 9 x 6 x 1.75 inches. Has a couple of tiny chigger bites on one side edge, but the flower frog looks nice in it! 2/14es
Rosemeade Pottery Bowl Periwinkle Blue Vintage 1950s
Vintage 1950s periwinkle blue bowl or dish, made by Rosemeade Pottery of Wahpeton, North Dakota, in very good condition. The bowl measures 7 1/2 in diameter and 2 1/2 high and is not marked Rosemeade due to the glaze on the bottom, but is a well known Rosemeade shape and popular Rosemeade color. It has no chips or cracks, but there are some small rust spots on the interior that can probably be scrubbed out. Enjoy!
This pretty vase is bottom marked Rosemeade. A North Dakota Pottery that is highly collectible. Stands 3in. tall and is 2.75 in. wide and 4.25 in. in length. Damage free it will be a delightful addition to your collection.
This set of mice salt and pepper shakers are marked Rosemeade. The standing one has a slight imperfection on the ear that appears to be under the glaze. If it is a chip, it has been repaired well. I can't be sure. Does not detract from display. Measurements are 1 3/4 in. tall and 2 in. long respectively.