Named Patterns

Hazel

Pattern number: A4918
Projected design date: 1938
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Image credit: A Martin

Heliophila

Pattern number: 8723
Projected design date: 1930
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Hunting

Pattern number: A8834
Projected design date: 1950
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1948 advertisement from Pottery Gazette.

Hunting Scenes

Pattern number: A8526
Projected design date: 1948
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1948 advertisement from Pottery Gazette.

Hunting Scenes

Pattern number: A8552
Projected design date: 1948
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Iris

Pattern number: 7885
Projected design date: 1928
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Jacobean

Pattern number: 427
Projected design date: 1912
Similar patterns: 576,1798,1800
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Kiku

Pattern number: 8819
Projected design date: 1930
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The Japanese word Kiku means Chrysanthemum

Knights

Pattern number: Unknown
Projected design date: 1960
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Comments: Designed by Susan Williams-Ellis

Layebands and/or 20th Century

Pattern number: 8286
Projected design date: 1929
Similar patterns: A3040
Comments: Sold by Heal’s in London. This pattern takes its name from the actress Evelyn Laye CBE (1900-1996) who said that it was designed and made for her in about 1929.
This pattern seems to have been in production for many years and was originally known as LAYEBANDS but has been recorded with a late Clipper backstamp (1933-50) and the printed words 20TH.CENTURY

London Prints

Pattern number: D1578
Projected design date: 1960
Comments: This series had three prints: St Paul’s Cathedral, Temple Bar and the Tower of London

Ludlow

Pattern number: A8692
Projected design date: 1949
Similar patterns: A8847
Comments: Designed by SC Talbot. Three versions known: plain, blue or green border

Lupin

Pattern number: 7912
Projected design date: 1928
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A range of Magnolia patterns.

Magnolia

Pattern number: Various
Projected design date: 1949-51
Similar patterns: A8649, A8674, A8713, A8714, A8724, A8733, A8797, A9243, D596
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The large magnolia flower print, usually enamelled, appears to have been used on a wide range of designs, some of which are shown in the top image.

Marigold

Pattern number: 8166
Projected design date: 1928
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Marsh Marigold

Pattern number: 8742
Projected design date: 1930
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Maryvale

Pattern number: A4740
Projected design date: 1938
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Matlock

Pattern number: A4135
Projected design date: 1937
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Meadowflower

Pattern number: A4433
Projected design date: 1938
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Moss Agate

Pattern number: D2541
Projected design date: 1961
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Comments: Designed by Susan Williams-Ellis

Moss Rose

Pattern number: A4455
Projected design date: 1937
Similar patterns: A7405, A9094
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Olde Baltimore

Pattern number: D1533
Projected design date: Late 1950s
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One o’clock

Pattern number: A2911
Projected design date: 1935
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Pastoral

Pattern number: 8327
Projected design date: 1929
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Pastoral: Examples seen so far of both Pastoral and Pastorel patterns lead to a certain amount of confusion as to which is which.

Pastorel

Pattern number: 8335
Projected design date: 1929
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Pastoral: Examples seen so far of both Pastoral and Pastorel patterns lead to a certain amount of confusion as to which is which.

Peri

Pattern number: 8828
Projected design date: 1930
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Cup, saucer and jug are pattern 8554, a 'plain' version of the Persian pattern shown on the vase.

Persian

Pattern number: 5156
Projected design date: 1924/5
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Primula

Pattern number: 7813
Projected design date: 1928
Similar patterns: 7923
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Quadrupeds

Pattern number: 7742
Projected design date: 1928
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Comments: Designed by Susie Cooper
Lower photo courtesy The Studio, Decorative Art 1930

River Boats

Pattern number: ?
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Roumanian

Pattern number: 8332
Projected design date: 1929
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Saffron

Pattern number: 9057
Projected design date: 1930

Sèvres Marbling

Pattern number: various (see below)
Projected design date: 1915-1919
Similar patterns: 859, 958, 990, 1125, 1305, 1307, 1309, 1311, 1315, 1363, 1509, 1542, 1614, 1615
Comments: The Sèvres Marbling design was registered with the Patent Office in May 1915 – No 646904. The registration document merely shows the ‘marble’ effect which, as seen in this illustration, exists in a variety of forms, including hand-gilt and sgraffito, each having a different pattern number.

Shells

Pattern number: D1657
Projected design date: 1958
Similar patterns: S1542
Comments: Designed by Susan Williams-Ellis.

Notes:Likely to be one of the patterns named ‘Shells’ by Portmeirion Pottery

Ship Caroline

Pattern number: A8514
Projected design date: 1947
Similar patterns: A8709
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Silver Palm

Pattern number: 8084
Projected design date: 1928
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Silver Weed

Pattern number: A3861
Projected design date: 1936
Similar patterns: A3956
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Sports china

Pattern number: not known
Projected design date: 1911
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Comments: The following teams have been recorded on both typical ‘crested’ type china as well as on a beaker:
Aston Villa, Birmingham, Birmingham City, Bolton Wanderers, Bradford, Brighton and Hove Albion, Bromwich Albion, Burnley, Chelsea, Crystal Palace, Fulham, Gainsborough Trinity, Grimsby Town, Huddersfield Town, Leeds City, Leicester Fosse, Luton Town, Manchester United, New Brompton, Newcastle United, Northampton, Notts County, Queen’s Park Rangers, Portsmouth, Reading, Southampton, Sunderland, Tottenham Hotspur, Watford, West Ham United, Wolverhampton, Woolwich Arsenal.

Seventeen different footballer images have been recorded on twenty-three different ‘crested china’ shapes plus one small beaker. It is highly likely that these shapes were bought from Birks Rawlins & Co, Vine Pottery, Stoke-upon-Trent (see The Vine Pottery by Peter S Goodfellow, Antique Collectors’ Club, 2006)

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