Roseville Pottery: Apple Blossom

Iowa winters can be long and cold. For me one of the hardest parts can be that there are absolutely no garages sales and few tag sales to attend. There are the thrift stores but they get old fast. The small local vintage, antique and consignment shops are a fun alternative. This Thursday, I found myself a Christmas present at a consignment shop. I only paid $18.00 and it’s a little reminder that spring is around the corner.

Roseville Apple Blossom 6

It is Roseville Pottery in the Apple Blossom pattern. The Apple Blossom pattern was introduced in 1949 and in production until 1954.  This pattern came in three colors: pink, green and blue, like mine. This flowerpot is in the window box shape. Perfect for planting flowers in and placing on your window sill.

Roseville Apple Blossom 3

The bottom is clearly marked Roseville U.S.A. and numbered 368-8.

Roseville Apple Blossom 2

As you can see the inside needs a little TLC. It looks as if this flowerpot may have sat on the previous owners desk and used as a pencil holder.

Roseville Apple Blossom 4

So if you have the winter blues remember that spring will be here before we know it. Trees will be blooming and garage doors will be opening! I can’t wait.

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  1. Susie
    Posted December 14, 2013 at 10:55 pm | Permalink

    How cute! I always learn something new from the snag blog. I too can’t wait for spring!

    • Tammy
      Posted December 19, 2013 at 6:01 am | Permalink

      Thank you Susie!

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