Pattern No: 2663

Pattern Name Design Type Designer Likely Design Date
Not known Early designs Not known 1923


The quality of the lithograph used for this design is exceedingly good and gives the appearance of hand-painting – only the yellow edge-line was produced by hand.

The second image, of a 254mm/10″ diameter plate, shows that the lithograph was in use more than twenty years later. The splashed lustre design is typical of Gray’s Pottery products exported to North America in the late 1940s and early 1950s. The plate is a Johnson’s Pareek earthenware product and has the two letters BY as part of the understamp: these relate to the British regulations concerning decorated pottery, introduced in 1945.

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