Bushberry is a late period pattern introduced by Roseville Pottery in 1941. Bushberry appeals to Mid-Century Modern lovers. Standard colors are blue, green, and orange. Bushberry pottery advertisements indicated the pattern included 64 shapes, but only 61 appear in the factory stock pages. The pattern includes vases, jardinières, pedestals, mugs, ewers, compotes, tea service pieces, bookends, ashtrays, wall pockets, and cornucopias. Values for Roseville Bushberry have steadily increased in recent years.