This Roseville Baneda wall pocket stands 8" high by 8" across by 2" wide. It has a wonderful form with a nice back splash. This pocket is adorned with pumpkin-like fruit, along with sweet yellow blossoms and green leaves in the centralized band, which dominates the top front and back splash of the pocket. It is glazed in the favored green glaze, laced with blue, and covered in an icy frost, which adds nicely to its overall very handsome Arts & Crafts presentation. This pocket is unmarked, shape number 1269-8. It is guaranteed to be vintage Roseville from the early 1930s. It is in original factory condition, with a drip of glaze on the top edge just as it rolls onto the backside, clearly factory in origin, hard to describe, but it's like a drip, or a bubble or clay pop, which does not affect its presentation in the least. There are no post-factory chips, cracks or repairs. The original price is written in pencil on the backside and reads 1.25.

Roseville Baneda Wallpocket in Green Glaze Shape 1269-8