Roseville Pine Cone
Pine Cone is a popular pattern introduced by Roseville Pottery in 1935. Many collectors spell the pattern pinecone. Pinecone was originally designed Frank Ferrell. Standard colors are green, blue and brown. Early Pine Cone was marked with foil labels, and some had hand-written shape numbers. Later pieces had die-impressed or raised Roseville script marks, shape numbers, and sizes. Pine Cone has always been a favorite of collectors. There are 93 examples of Pine Cone in the factory stock pages. The pattern includes vases, baskets, bookends, bowls, cornucopias, ashtrays, jardini�res, wall pockets, candlesticks, etc. In 1950 Pine Cone modern was introduced. All Pine Cone Modern pieces have shape numbers in the 400s.