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Patterns of the Month: European

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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Oslo

Oslo

Shown is a 5.25 inch saucer. It was made by R. Davies & Co. (1833-1844). The pattern illustrates the city of Christiania, which is now known as Oslo. Oslo was founded in the 11th century, but became known as Christiania to honor the Danish and Norwegian King Christian in the 17th century. The name reverted to Oslo in 1926. Oslo is the capital of Norway. Visit more information and other archived patterns to learn more about this pattern.


BROSELEY DRAGON

Napoleon's Battles

Shown is a 10.5 inch plate from the "Napoleon's Battles" series. It was made by Charles James Mason & Co. (1826-1845). It depicts "The Battle of "Austerlitz (the title of the battle is at the bottom of the central scene). The Battle of Austerlitz, also known as the Battle of the Three Emperors, is considered perhaps the greatest of Napoleon's victories.

Members only: for more information about this pattern and to see other similar patterns, search the Pattern and Source Print Database.


BROSELEY DRAGON

Pashkov House, Moscow is also known as Pashkov Palace

Pashkov House, Moscow "View of a Street in Moscow, with the Magnificent Mansion of Pascof" by the artist Edward Daniel Clarke, 1809. The engraver was Joseph Skelton.

Pashkov House, Moscow

The pattern on this 8.5 inch plate was copied from "View of a Street in Moscow, with the Magnificent Mansion of Pascof" by Edward Daniel Clarke, 1809. The maker of the pattern is unknown. It dates from around 1825.

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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Siege of Toulon

"Siege of Toulon"

Siege of Toulon markShown is an 11 inch by 9.25 inch reticulated tray from the Napoleon's Battles series by Charles James Mason & Co. (1826-1845). The name of this scene, Siege of Toulon, is printed near the bottom left of the center. The series is also found printed in blue, green, brown and pink with many Napoleonic scenes.

For more information about this pattern and series, see the pattern and source print database.

European Scenery plate

"European Scenery"

Shown here is a 10.25 inch plate in the "European Scenery" series by Enoch Wood & Sons (European Scenery mark1818-1846). Although most of the central patterns haven't been identified, this one is of Landeck in the Tyrol. The pattern must have been very popular as it is printed in many colors, and over 21 different central patterns have been found. The series was printed in many colors. To learn more, please visit our Pattern and Source Print Database.

Lyons Cathedral platter

"Lyons Cathedral"

Lyons Cathedral mark"Lyons Cathedral" , printed on a 18.5 inch by 15 inch platter, is part of the Continental Views Series. Each size and shape has a different center. It was made by Wood & Challinor (1828-1843) around the end of their production. The series was printed in many colors. To learn more, please visit our Pattern and Source Print Database.

Vesuvius
"Vesuvius"
"Vesuvius" is found on an 8.5 inch plate.  It is part of a series, known as "Italian Scenery", made by Enoch Wood & Sons (1818-1846).  There are seventeen scenes from this series in the Pattern and Source Print Database.

Plate


Mark"Hannibal Passing The Alps" was made by Knight, Elkin & Co. (1826-1846).  This pattern is found on a 15 inch by 12.25 inch platter, but each size in the series has a different center.  It was made in many colors, such as blue, brown, red and purple. For more information about the series,  see "Hannibal Passing The Alps" #1 in the Pattern and Source Print Database.  To see more patterns, search "Hannibal Passing The Alps".

Venice Plate

E. Wood "No. 106" Series,  Venice Venice MarkPlate, 7 inches.  Made by Enoch Wood & Sons (1818-1836), this pattern is part of a series of European scenes that is known as "No. 106" Series. This pattern pictures St. Pietro de Castello in Venice, after a drawing by Clarkson Stanfield that was engraved and published in "Heath's Picturesque Annual for 1832". Yellow is one of the less common colors found on transferware.  For more information about the pattern, see the Pattern and Source Print Database


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