Sylvan is an early pattern introduced by Roseville Pottery around 1920. The pattern features rustic shapes decorated with low-relief carvings of various animals against a bisque background colored in shades of tan and green. Sylvan examples are highly sought after by collectors. Sylvan was typically unmarked. The factory stock pages show 25 shapes for the Sylvan pattern, including bowls, flower pots, fern dishes, baskets, window boxes, and jardini�res.