Corinthian is a middle period line introduced by Roseville Pottery in 1923. Corinthian shapes have fluted bodies with green tinting in the grooves and a Renaissance border of brown, green, and purple at the mouth. The line is somewhat similar to the Roseville Normandy pattern. The Corinthian pattern includes 41 different shapes, including vases flower blocks, compotes, planters, baskets, jardinières, pedestals, wall pockets, flower pots, and candlesticks. Corinthian is either unmarked or stamped with a blue Rv logo.