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Roseville Pottery Information | Shape Families

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The shape lists here at MarkBassett.com do not include the early tea pots or tea sets, such as those decorated as Rozane Royal, Creamware, or Decorated Artware.



This shape family was introduced in 1940, the year Roseville began marking pieces with permanent, raised shape numbers.

1 = White Rose
1-C = White Rose (also used for an unrelated Snowberry shape)
1-S = White Rose (also used for an unrelated Snowberry shape)
2 = Bushberry
2-C = Bushberry
2-S = Bushberry
3 = Peony
3-C = Peony
3-S = Peony
4 = Magnolia
4-C = Magnolia
4-S = Magnolia
5 = Clematis
5-C = Clematis
5-S = Clematis
6 = Freesia
6-C = Freesia
6-S = Freesia
7 = Zephyr Lily
7-C = Zephyr Lily
7-S = Zephyr Lily
 

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.

1C = Snowberry (also used for an unrelated White Rose shape)
1S = Snowberry (also used for an unrelated White Rose shape)
1TP = Snowberry
250-C = Wincraft
250-P = Wincraft
250-S = Wincraft
271-C = Wincraft
271-P = Wincraft
271-S = Wincraft
371-C = Apple Blossom

371-P = Apple Blossom
371-S = Apple Blossom
871-C = Bittersweet
871-P = Bittersweet
871-S = Bittersweet
971-C = Mock Orange
971-P = Mock Orange
971-S = Mock Orange
1121-5" = Mayfair
1122 = Mayfair

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