Dogwood (Smooth) also known as Dogwood II is a middle period pattern introduced by Roseville Pottery by 1920. The pattern features flowering dogwood branches in black and ivory against a smooth, dark green background. Roseville Dogwood (smooth) was typically unmarked, but some examples have the shape number and size stamped in blue ink. There were only 13 shapes shown in the factory stock pages but more are known to exist. Shapes include vases, jardinieres, pedestals, and an umbrella stand.