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Patterns of the Month: Indian/Oriental

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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Ghaut of Cutwa

Ghaut of Cutwa

Ghaut of CutwaGhaut of Cutwa

Seen is a 9 inch plate depicting the Ghaut of Cutwa made by William Adams III (&S) 1804-1829 around 1824. The pattern is copied from a source print engraved by George Hunt from the work of the artist Charles Ramus Forrest.

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

Malay Beach Scene, Malays of Java

"Malay Beach Scene, Malays of Java"

Seen here is a 5.5 inch saucer known as "Malay Beach Scene, Malays of Java." It is copied from a print by Thomas & William Daniell, 1810. Members only: for more information about this pattern and to see other similar patterns, search the Pattern and Source Print Database.

Asiatic Scenery plate

"Asiatic Scenery"

asiatic scenery markSeen here is 10.38 inch plate with a view of the Gate of the Tomb of the Emperor Akbar. It was made by Job & John Jackson (1831-1835). The series was printed in many colors and made by different manufacturers. The source print was engraved by Thomas and William Daniell in 1795. Members only: for more information about this pattern and to see other similar patterns, search the Pattern and Source Print Database.

Chinese Marine plate

"Chinese Marine"

Shown here is a 20 inch by 16 inch well and tree platter in the "Chinese Marine" series. It was made by Minton (1793-1872) in black, brown and blue. The scene is " A Front View of the Hall of Audience at the Palace of Yuen-Min-Yuen," which was engraved by W. Lowry after the work of the artist William Alexander. Members only: for more information about this pattern and to see other similar patterns, search the Pattern and Source Print Database.

Absalom's Pillar plate

Absalom's Pillar mark thumbnailAbsalom's Pillar source painting thumbnail"Absalom's Pillar"
Shown here is a 9.75 inch plate in a pattern known as "Absalom's Pillar" or "Absalom's Tomb". It was made by Josiah Wedgwood (1759-2005) around 1820. The source print is titled "Sepulchre of Absalom" by Luigi Mayer. It was engraved by Thomas Milton around 1804.To learn more about this pattern, see the pattern and source print database.
Monopteros platter
Monopteros source print"Monopteros"
Shown here is a 14.5 inch by 11 inch platter made by T&J Bevington & Co. (1817-1824) in Swansea, Wales. Pictured also is the source print from which it was copied, "Remains of an Ancient building Near Firoz Shah's Cotilla, Delhi" from Oriental Scenery by Thomas and William Daniell, 1795. To learn more about this pattern, see the pattern and source print database.

Plate

Scene from Bath"Ancient Bath at Cacamo" from the Caramanian Series by Spode is found on a 7.5 inch plate.  It is seen here with its source print, "An Ancient Bath at Cacamo in Caramania" by Luigi Mayer, 1803.  Caramania refers to the ancient name for an area on the southern coast of Turkey. Mark For more information about this pattern and this series, see the pattern and source print database .

Photo of Plate

Photo of Mark"Death Of The Bear"
Plate, 9.75 inches.  The pattern is part of a large multiple pattern dinner service known as Indian Sporting.   To find out more about this pattern and series, see "Death of the Bear" in the pattern and source print database, where you will also see the original source print by Samuel Howitt.


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