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
Around 1903, Roseville offered a "cracker jar" as part of the Cornelian line. By 1916, the factory introduced a systematic method of assigning shape numbers by shape family.
In 1936, Roseville began marking pieces with permanent (either impressed or raised) shape numbers.
1-8" = Water 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.
20 = Utility Ware (Glossy Colors)
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