Capri is a popular late period pattern introduced by Roseville Pottery in 1953. It remains one of the most affordable Roseville lines today although prices have begun to rise as collectors seek out examples of this art deco pattern. Standard colors include green, red, and yellow. Capri was marked with the raised Roseville script, shape number, and size. The factory brochure described the 31 shapes in the line as odd, rather than round or oblong. The pattern includes baskets, bowls, ashtrays, jardinieres, cornucopia, and planters. In 1954 Roseville introduced Late Capri. Standard colors include black, blue, pink, and white. The patterns style is Mid-Century Modern. Late Capri was also marked with the raised Roseville script, shape number, and size. Royal Capri was introduced by Roseville Pottery in 1954. Royal Capri's Mid-Century Modern shapes are decorated with a mirror or molten textured gilt. Pieces were originally marked with raised Roseville script marks, shape numbers, and sizes. There are 21 shapes in the factory stock pages. Shapes include bowls, vases, baskets, planters, ashtrays, etc.