Carnelian was introduced by Roseville Pottery in 1926. Original Carnelian (Carnelian I) drip pieces are bluish-green over turquoise or yellowish tan over light tan. Later drip pieces are dark blue over pink or dark blue over the light blue. When the line didn't sell well, the unsold pieces were reglazed with mottled colors including rose, purple, lavender, tan, peach, green, or blue. This later line referred to by Roseville collectors as Carnelian II (Carnelian Glazes). Carnelian I and I (Drip and Glazes) pieces are either unmarked or stamped with a blue Rv mark. Factory stock pages show 103 shapes.