Roseville Juvenile creamware was originally introduced by Roseville Pottery around 1910. The pattern features bowls, plates, cups, mugs, pitchers, etc decorated with ducks, pigs, rabbits, dogs, cats, sunbonnet girls and more. The Roseville Juvenile pattern was often unmarked but later examples from around 1924 are marked with Rv ink stamp. Juvenile was a very popular Roseville pattern and was produced by the factory for more than twenty years.
This is a wonderful rolled edge baby dish decorated with medium green and medium tan bands, black outlines and four darling medium brown sitting rabbits. The bowl measures 6 1/2" across, 1 3/8" in depth and unmarked. There are no cracks or repairs; there is a shallow chip 1/4" x 1/2" on the inside edge of the bowl (see photos). Priced accordingly.
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