Roseville Bleeding Heart
Bleeding Heart is a late period line introduced by Roseville Pottery in 1940. Standard colors include green, pink, and blue. The shapes have a realistic style with Art Deco features. The pattern features 48 different shapes, including vases, jardini�res, pedestals, bookends, cornucopias, baskets, bowls, ewers, candlesticks, wall pockets, trays, pitchers, and flower pots. Bleeding Heart is marked with the raised Roseville script mark, shape number, and size. While there is collector interest in all three colors of Bleeding Heart, blue is valued highest among many pottery collectors.