Baneda is a popular middle period pattern introduced by Roseville Pottery in 1932. Standard colors include green and pink. The green examples are highly sought after by Arts and Crafts collectors, while the pink pieces are desired by Art Deco buyers. Baneda was marked with either paper or foil labels. The factory stock pages show 36 shapes for the Baneda pattern, including bowls, candle holders, jardinieres, vases, and a wall pocket. This pattern of Roseville pottery is highly sought after by today's collectors and prices remain strong.