American Art Pottery & 20th Century Design
 HOME About
Mark B.
Contact Mark B.
Order Form
ID's & Appraisals
For Sale Books

Pottery+
Wanted I Buy Pottery

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Roseville Roseville
Shape Numbers

Cowan Cleveland
School
Weller Art Deco
News Links

 

Roseville Pottery Cornucopias

Roseville Pottery Information | Shape Families

Ashtrays | Baskets | Bookends | Bowls | Candlesticks | Compotes | Cookie Jars | Cornucopias | Covered Pieces | Cuspidors | Ewers, 1941-1954 | Fern Dishes | Flower Frogs | Hanging Baskets | Jardinieres | Mugs | Novelties | Pitchers | Tea Pots & Sets | Umbrella Stands | Vases & Ewers | Wall Pockets | Wall Shelves | Window Boxes | Miscellaneous
 
 

Before 1940, cornucopias were treated as part of the "Novelties" family.

In 1936, Roseville began marking pieces with permanent (either impressed or raised) shape numbers. As a result, all items classified as part of the "Cornucopias" family have permanent marks.

1 = White Rose
2 = Rozane Pattern
3 = Bushberry
 

In 1947, Roseville introduced the first of several new shape numbering systems, none of which were as systematic as the system used between roughly 1916 and 1946.

1CC-6" = Snowberry
1CC-8" = Snowberry
221-8" = Wincraft
222-8" = Wincraft
321-6" = Apple Blossom
323-8" = Apple Blossom
421-6" = Pine Cone Modern
422-8" = Pine Cone Modern
621-6" = Gardenia
622-8" = Gardenia
721-8" = Silhouette
722-8" = Silhouette
822-8" = Bittersweet
921-6" = Mock Orange
932-8" = Mock Orange
1018-6" = Mayfair

RETURN to top of page.

© 2009 Mark Bassett
Updated  8/10/09