Earlam is a middle period pattern introduced by Roseville Pottery in 1930. Standard colors included mottled matte green/tan or tan/purple. Earlam was originally marked with paper labels, and some examples have a hand-written shape number. Earlam has both an Arts and Crafts design and an Early American appearance, making it appealing to a wide variety of collectors. There are 23 shapes, including strawberry jars, vases, bowls, flower blocks, baskets, candlesticks, and wall pockets.