Roseville Florentine

Florentine is a middle period pattern introduced by Roseville Pottery around 1924. Standard colors are brown and ivory. Most collectors refer to the brown examples as Florentine I and the cream examples as Florentine II. Florentine II is believed to have been introduced by Roseville between 1933 and 1935. The pattern style is Italianate. Although it was a popular Roseville pattern when it was new, its prices today are moderate. The shapes for the Roseville Florentine pattern included bowls, vases, fern dishes, compotes, flower blocks, ashtrays, gates, jardinieres, pedestals, umbrella stands, candlesticks, and wall pockets. Florentine was either unmarked or stamped with a blue Rv logo.
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