During the 1930s, the Roseville company designed and introduced some of their most popular lines. A pattern often overlooked as a mid years release, the jonquil line was introduced in 1931, the same year as several other popular patterns emerged. It sports beautiful clusters of jonquil blossoms on strap leaf stems with a textured rustic looking brown to tan background which enhances the design tremendously. Produced in a number of shapes, this jardinière has the catalog number 621-5. During this time in Roseville pottery history, most examples had no identification other than a paper label. As visible on the bottom, this example has the triangular label still attached. The pot measures just over 5” tall and 7” handle to handle. After cleaning and thorough examination, I can find no chips, cracks, damage or repairs. The inside is clean showing no staining or residue from use. I will mention and as pictured; very common with this line from the company pinpoint glaze pops in some of the blooms as will as small mold lines in a spot or two of the pattern. None of these issues affects the beauty or value of this item. The bottom rim was factory ground after firing. A superb example and very popular with the collectors today. Please enjoy the multiple pictures accompanying this listing.