Roseville Early Velmoss
Early Velmoss is a popular early period Roseville Pottery pattern introduced by 1916. The pattern features a mottled green, either and brown glaze that was first used in the Early Carnelian line. The shapes are Arts and Crafts or Art Nouveau. A 1916 price list shows 31 shape numbers for bowls, vases, jardini�res, pedestals, and umbrella stands. Early Velmoss is unmarked, but some examples have a hand-written shape number and size.