Cremo is an early Art Nouveau line introduced by Roseville Pottery in 1905. Cremo's tube-line decoration features green, curved lines with blue and yellow flowers on a background that blends from pink to yellow to green. Cremo is popular with collectors, who will often overlook damage just to add a piece to their collections. Cremo is typically unmarked. There are 11 vases and one jardiniere listed on the factory stock page. Many of the shapes used for the Cremo pattern come from the Roseville Rozane line.