Roseville Pottery Baneda Wall Pocket
Circa 1932, this Roseville Pottery Baneda wall pocket, shape number 1269-8", is 8.25" long, 7.75" at the widest point, and is approximately 2.25" deep. It is decorated with a panel of "pumpkins", or "flowers" with stems and large leaves. Nice sharp mold, it is finished in a very pretty green-blue colored glaze. In factory original condition, there are no chips, cracks, hairlines, or repairs. Having an original Roseville Pottery silver paper label, the same shape can be found on page 57 in Roseville In All Its Splendor.
Please Note: This wallpocket will ship for $20.00