Roseville Laurel

Laurel is a middle period pattern introduced by Roseville Pottery in 1934. Green Laurel is very popular with Arts and Crafts collectors while red and yellow Laurel is sought-after by Art Deco enthusiasts. Roseville Laurel was typically marked with foil labels. Some examples have hand-written shape numbers. The factory stock page shows 13 Laurel shapes, including various vases and one rose bowl.

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