Roseville Dogwood (Textured)

Dogwood (Textured) also known as Dogwood I is a middle period pattern that came about when Roseville altered its popular Dogwood (Smooth) pattern in 1926. Dogwood (Textured) was usually stamped with a blue Rv, but some pieces are either unmarked or have a mark that is obscured by thick glaze. The factory stock pages show 22 Dogwood (Textured) shapes, including bowls, baskets, jardinieres, pedestals, vases, an umbrella stand, and a wall pocket.