Roseville FudjiFudji is an early period pattern introduced by Roseville Pottery in 1906. This Art Nouveau line has distinct Japanese elements. Its shapes feature blue or red enamel glazes painted over air-brushed backgrounds of tan, light blue, and gray. Fudji was generally unmarked, but some pieces have been found with a Rozane Ware wafer. There are 16 different Fudji vases in the 1906 Rozane Ware catalog.