Dawn is a middle period pattern introduced by Roseville Pottery in 1937. The shapes are Art Deco, and standard colors include yellow, green, and pink. Dawn pieces tend to have round bodies with angular handles, and they are decorated with a leaf design that is hand-tinted in either green or white. Dawn was marked with die-impressed marks, including the Roseville script, shape number, and size. The factory stock pages show 18 shapes for the Dawn pattern, including bowls, candlesticks, vases, and ewers. It is rather rare to find examples of Roseville Dawn without minor chips to the edges of the base.