The Roseville company created and marketed many floral designs on their pottery during the 1930s. One such pattern was the fuchsia created in blue, green and brown. The fuchsia line came to market in 1939 about the time the company went from scripted markings to raise markings on the bottom of each piece. Delicate fuchsia blooms hang from branches which adorn opposite sides of the pitcher. The rich blue background effectively highlights this design, making fuchsia a very attractive pattern. The item stands 10 1/2” to the top of the spout and measures approximately 5” across the broadest area of the body. I have washed the entire ewer with acetone and can find no chips, cracks, damage or repairs. The inside is clean of any residue or soiling from use. The mold is crisp and the glaze application well done. Roseville catalogue number 902-10. Find example to add to your collection.