Della Robbia is an early period pattern introduced by Roseville Pottery around 1906. This is arguably the most valuable Roseville pattern today. It is highly sought after and prized by collectors, with the more colorful pieces bringing the highest demand and premium prices. The patterns style is Arts and Crafts with influences from ancient cultures. Della Robbia pieces are decorated with a variety of color combinations. Della Robbia was usually unmarked, but some examples have been found with the Rozane wafer mark. Many pieces bear the artist's signatures or initials. There were 3 teapots and 18 vases in the factory stock pages, and an additional 83 designs appear in the 1906 Rozane Ware catalog.
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