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Patterns of the Month: Aesthetic

Each month we feature a new pattern from our Pattern and Source Print database and archive them on these pages by category.

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Kennard Birds and Fish Series

Kennard Birds and Fish Series

Seen is pattern no. 63 in the series known as the Kennard Birds and Fish Series. The mark includes the name of the artist, Edward Kennard (1842-1910), as well as the manufacturer, T.C. Brown-Westhead, Moore & Co. (1862-1902), and the retailer, John Mortlock. The pattern is part of a dinner service of 100 pieces decorated with birds, fish and other animals in a natural setting.

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mark Kennard Birds and Fish Series

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Blue Vase With Portrait

Blue Vase With Portrait markShown is a 9.5 inch plate made by Pinder, Bourne & Co. (1862-1882). The Registry diamond indicates a date of May 29, 1879. The striking blue transfer vase and the Chrysanthemums are the only parts of the pattern that are transferred. The textured gold background and the table have been hand painted. This is also true of the image of the man holding a jug in the vase medallion. The pattern has a TCC assigned name.

"Ayam-Jantan"

Ayam-Jantan markSeen here is a 9.75 inch plate printed in black and red in the Ayam-Jantan pattern made by J & M P Bell & Co. (1842-1928) in Glasgow Scotland. The Rd. Number, 17429, is circa 1891. The pattern has a non-English descriptive title as it was intended for the South East Asia market. Visit more information and other archived patterns to learn more about this pattern.

Congo plate

"Congo"

Seen here is a 10.5 inch plate printed in the "Congo" pattern by Forester & Hulme (1887-1892). It is common for an Aesthetic pattern to have a place name as the title, although the birds and plants here seem to have little to do with the Congo. Members only: for more information about this pattern and to see other similar patterns, search the pattern and source print database .

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"Canterbury"

Canterbury mark This  Aesthetic pattern 7.5 inch plate was made by James Broadhurst & Sons Ltd. (1847-1984). The pattern was registered March 16, 1883. Members only: for more information about this pattern and to see other similar patterns, search the pattern and source print database .

Variety

"Variety"

This pattern, which was made by Ridgways (1879-1916),  is transfer-printed on a 7.38 inch plate.  The RD number shows that this pattern was made in 1884.  The pattern is very similar to the Devonshire pattern that was also made by Ridgways.   Members only: for more information about this pattern and to see other similar patterns, search the pattern and source print database .

Plate


Thumbnail"Anglais," which is the French word for "English," was made  by William Alsager Adderley (1876-1905). This pattern, which is found on a 16 inch by 12.5 inch platter, is part of a series of famous English tourist spots and castles.  The asymmetrical Aesthetic style lends itself to more than one view.  The large view depicts  Warwick Castle and the small view depicts Guy's Cliffe. The naturalistic border is filled with flowers, ivy and ferns. Look for the spider and web in the left-hand corner.  The registry mark is for October 20, 1883.  To see more patterns in this series and to learn more about them, search "Anglais" in the pattern and source print database.

Belmont Plate

"Belmont"
Found on a 17.5 inch by 14 inch platter, this pattern is part of a series that depicts different birds in the center and the corners of the border.  It was made by John Dimmock & Co. (c. 1862-1904).   For more information about this series, see "Belmont" in the pattern and source print database

"Devonshire"
"Devonshire" pattern on earthenware in underglaze brown by Ridgways, Staffordshire, circa 1880. This plate is an example of Aesthetic Movement transferware.
"Spray" plate
Spray Mark"Spray" Plate, 9.75 inches. Made by William Baker & Co. (1839-1932), this pattern is typical of the Aesthetic Movement (1868-1901); it is asymetrical with a small reserve and large surrounding border-like patterns. Sometimes the title seems unrelated to the pattern, but in this case, "Spray" refers to the sprays of blackberries, morning glories and ivy that comprise the border. For more nformation about this pattern, see "Spray" in the pattern and source print database. For more information about Aesthetic Movement pottery, search the Aesthetic category in the pattern and source print database.


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