Normandy is a middle period pattern introduced by Roseville Pottery in 1928. It has an Italianate design that features knots of vines, leaves, and berries on a brown textured background. The body of each shape is fluted in green and ivory. Roseville Normandy was a short-lived line, and its pieces were typically unmarked. The pattern is somewhat similar to Roseville Corinthian and Roseville Donatello. There 8 shapes, including jardini�res and hanging baskets, listed in the factory stock pages.