Roseville Velmoss Scroll
Velmoss Scroll is a pattern introduced by Roseville Pottery between 1917 and 1922. Collectors sometimes refer to the pattern as Velmoss I or Velmoss Schroll. Bassett refers to the line as Roseville Early Rosecraft. The pattern style is Arts and Crafts, with the Scottish rose on a thorny vine impressed into a creamware body. The 33 shapes for Velmoss Scroll include bowls, vases, pitchers, jardinières, pedestals, candlesticks, and wall pockets. Velmoss Scroll was usually unmarked.