During the period of the mid/late 1920s into the early 1930s, the Roseville company began experimenting with glazes to create unique blended and mottled results. One such line introduced in 1931 was called Windsor. It utilized very simple art deco shapes and decorated the pieces with either a brown or blue background-the blue showing the most pronounced mottled effects. Many of the pieces also sported simple geometric patterns usually circling the rim or clusters of fern leaves originating from the base. This particular example, catalog number 554-10 was the tallest vase produced in this line. It stands just under 10 1/2” tall with the top measuring 4 1/2” across. After thorough examination, I can find no chips, cracks, damage or repairs to this vase. I will mention and as pictured a couple extremely minor glaze skips at the bottom rim, a normal occurrence with pottery of this era. I also noticed and as pictured a no harm pin point bubble pop on the base rim only noticeable when looking at it from the bottom. A very sleek and clean example of true art deco pottery from the Roseville company. I’ve included a number of pictures with this listing.