Jonquil is the popular middle period pattern introduced by Roseville Pottery in 1931. The standard decoration is a bark-like textured light brown background, with darker brown shading around the flowers, rims and handles. The white jonquil blossoms with yellow centers, in clusters of three, are on tall green stems and leaves. Jonquil was unmarked or marked with a paper label. The factory stock pages show 41 shapes for the Jonquil pattern, including vases, baskets, bowls, candlesticks and jardineres.
This wonderful jardinere #621-6, is unmarked. It measures 6" in height, 6 3/4" across the top opening and 9" from handle-to-handle. Good color and mold definition. There are no cracks, chips or repairs; one glaze pop or small fracture on one jonquil flower (see photo). Nice size