Ferella is a middle period Art Deco pattern introduced by Roseville Pottery in 1930. The pattern was named after art director Frank Ferrell. Ferella is considered scarce and is highly sought after by Art Deco collectors. Standard colors included brown and raspberry red. Ferella was originally marked with paper labels. Some examples have handwritten shape numbers. Their factory stock page shows 24 shapes, including flower blocks, bowls, vases, flowerpots, candlesticks, and wall pockets. Alternate spellings for the pattern include Ferrella.