The years considered as Roseville‘s middle period were from 1919 to 1938. One of the first patterns designed and marketed during this time frame was called Vista or sometimes referred to as the forest pattern. This pattern contains aspects of the arts and crafts movement as well as the art deco style. Also common with this line was the fact that many of the pieces were elongated vase or basket shapes, umbrella stands, etc. A very unusual shaped vase, this nice ten inch example shows off the pattern of trees very nicely as they extend from the bottom almost to the top rim. The colors are further highlighted with the use of a pale blue-gray background. The vase stands 10” tall, the opening measures 2 1/2” diameter. The base on the other hand spans almost 6 1/2” across. In excellent original condition with no damages or repairs noted. I will mention and as common with this line, two mold seams can be viewed running from top to bottom opposite each other on the outside. The inside is clean showing no staining or residue. Also common with this pattern are small divots indentions in the clay, excess clay particles, and crazing, some of which are present on this example. A truly fine piece to enhance an arts and crafts or art deco style. Thank you for stopping by my shop for a visit.