Roseville Morning Glory
Morning Glory is a middle period pattern introduced by Roseville Pottery in 1935. Its geometric design and angular handles give the pattern a look that strongly appeals to Art Deco collectors. Standard colors are green and white. Green is usually priced higher than white. Early Morning Glory was originally marked with foil labels, some with hand written shape numbers. Later examples have die-impressed Roseville script marks, shape number, and size. There are 18 Morning Glory shapes, including vases, bowls, baskets, candlesticks, and a wall pocket.