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Roseville Pottery Information | Shape Families

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In 1939, a Pine Cone mug was introduced; it was treated as part of the "Vases" family.

In 1936, Roseville began marking pieces with permanent, impressed shape numbers. In 1940, the factory began used raised marks instead. The short-lived "Mugs" family was introduced in 1941.

1-3.5" = Bushberry
2-3.5" = Peony
3-3" = Magnolia
 

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