Clemana is a middle period, art deco pattern introduced by Roseville Pottery in 1936. The name is sometimes spelled Clemena. Roseville Clemana was originally marked with foil labels. Some examples have hand written shape numbers. Pieces made after 1936 have die-impressed marks, including the Roseville script, shape number, and size. Clemana is fairly rare today, and it is typical to find examples of this pattern with damage. The factory stock pages show 18 shapes, including vases, bowls, and candlesticks.