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The Hull Pottery Company of Crooksville, Ohio, capitalized on the design’s popularity by launching its own line called Pine Cone in 1938. The line consisted of only one shape: a 6 ½ inch vase, which was available in pink, turquoise, or blue. The stylized, embossed pinecone decoration was the same as Roseville’s. However, the Hull vase can be distinguished by its mark. Hull’s pinecone vases are embossed with the mold number, 55. Roseville Pinecone wares either bear the usual Roseville mark or are unmarked, like this one.

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  DSCN3996_edited.JPG - The Hull Pottery Company of Crooksville, Ohio, capitalized on the design’s popularity by launching its own line called Pine Cone in 1938.  The line consisted of only one shape: a 6 ½ inch vase, which was available in pink, turquoise, or blue.  The stylized, embossed pinecone decoration was the same as Roseville’s.  However, the Hull vase can be distinguished by its mark.  Hull’s pinecone vases are embossed with the mold number, 55.  Roseville Pinecone wares either bear the usual Roseville mark or are unmarked, like this one.  
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