Tuscany is a middle period pattern introduced by Roseville Pottery in 1928. Standard colors are gray, green, and pink. Arts and Crafts collectors are drawn to the matte gray glaze, but Art Deco lovers prefer the semi-gloss mottled pink. Roseville Tuscany was typically marked with paper labels. Factory stock pages show 25 examples of Tuscany, including vases, bowls, wall pockets, and candlesticks. Tuscany is an affordable middle period Roseville line likely to increase in value.