During the 1930s, the Roseville company designed and introduced some of their most popular lines. Possibly one of the most well-known Roseville mid year lines, blackberry, this pattern was introduced to the market place in 1932. The pattern encompasses the entire body of this shape. The designers of the company must have been in a rustic frame of mind during this time as several of the patterns exhibited textured themes and earthy hues. The granular background enhances the look of the pattern with ripe fruits ready to harvest while the leaves begin to reveal that autumn is just around the corner. A classic pattern highly desired in the collecting world today. Catalog number #568-4, this attractive vase stands about 4” tall and measures approximately 5 1/2” across the widest region near the base. After thorough examination, no post factory damage or repairs noted. The inside is clean with no accumulated residue from use. I will mention and as pictured a couple different glaze pops due to the firing process when produced. These are often the case with pottery created at this time. A few lines of crazing also visible, especially on the bottom. A clear dark label visible also on the bottom. A great example in an unusual shape! Thank you for stopping by my shop.