Roseville Creamware

Roseville Creamware was originally introduced by Roseville Pottery in 1910. The various factory names used for Roseville's Creamware patterns include Coat of Arms, Decorated Trace, Dutch, Eagle, Elk, Forget Me Not, Gibson Girls, Gold Trace, Holly, Indian, Jeanette, Juvenile, Knights of Pythias, Medallion, Moose, Novelties, Nursery Line, Orange or Blue Bands, Persian and Tourist. The Roseville Creamware patterns were often unmarked but some examples are marked with the 'Roseville Pottery' ink stamp. Later examples from around 1924 of Roseville Creamware are marked with Rv ink stamp.
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