We are pleased to offer this lovely Roseville Art Pottery tea set in the brown Magnolia pattern. The Roseville Art Pottery operated in Roseville and Zanesville, Ohio, from 1890 to 1954, when it ceased operations. The Magnolia pattern was introduced by Roseville Pottery in 1943, making this one of the pottery's later designs. We think that the Roseville Magnolia pattern is especially beautiful.
This tea set features large, creamy white magnolia blooms attached to gnarled brown branches. The magnolias are set against a green-tinged background, which blends into the main terracotta brown color of the piece, becoming a deeper brown hue towards the base. The overall effect is striking!
Our lidded brown Magnolia teapot is marked with the raised Roseville USA script and the shape number 4 on the bottom. It measures 7-1/2" tall and 9-1/2" wide from the edge of the handle to the tip of the spout. The teapot features a unique profile that will make it stand out on your display shelf!
The brown Magnolia creamer is marked with the raised Roseville USA script and the shape number 4-C. This piece measures 2" tall and 6" wide.
The brown Magnolia sugar is also marked with the raised Roseville USA script and the shape number 4-S on the bottom. This piece measure 2-1/2" tall and 5-1/2" wide.
In excellent vintage condition, there are no chips, cracks or repairs to any of the pieces in this set. There is slight crazing visible on the bottom of the sugar, and a small color skip on the handle of the creamer. We have provided several pictures of this beautiful set below. Additional images are available on our Facebook page.