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Patterns of the Month: Miscellaneous

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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Conchology

Conchology

ConchologySeen is a 7.5 inch shell edge creamware plate in the Conchology pattern. It was made by Josiah Wedgwood (1759-2005) around 1790. It was printed in brown and painted in green. Conchology is the study of shells, and Josiah Wedgwood was an avid shell collector.

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

Cells And Feathers

Cells And Feathers

Shown is a 6.5 inch teal printed sheet pattern jug with the addition of purple printed feathers in a cartouche, ca. 1840. No reference has been found for this pattern, so it has a TCC assigned name.

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

Coral

Coral pattern by Jacob Furnival & Co

Coral stampSeen here is a 10 sided plate in the Coral pattern by Jacob Furnival & Co. (1845-1870.) It is printed in black on the border. The center is printed in purple and painted in green, turquoise, yellow and pink. Members only: for more information about this pattern and to see other similar patterns, search the Pattern and Source Print Database.

Hope plate

"Hope"

Seen here is a 10 inch plate by an unknown maker that depicts the allegorical figure of Hope. She is traditionally shown with an anchor and a ship in the distance, perhaps to allude to the hope that the sailor will return from the sea. The border is printed with six birds. The pattern is printed in black and enameled over the glaze in bright colors. Members only: for more information about this pattern and to see other similar patterns, see the pattern and source print database.

Caledonian plate

"Caledonian"

Caledonian markSeen here is a 7.75 inch plate in the "Caledonian" pattern by Ridgway, Morley, Wear & Co (1836-1842). It is printed in brown and has green enamel paint added. The pattern name is based on the Roman name given to Northern Scotland—Caledonia. Members only: for more information about this pattern and to see other similar patterns, see the pattern and source print database.

The Winemakers tureen

"The Winemakers"

This pattern is printed in underglaze blue on a 9.5 inch square vegetable tureen base. So far the maker is unknown, but the pattern database suggests that the maker is John Denton Bagster. Members only: for more information about this pattern and to see other similar patterns, see the pattern and source print database.

Shells and seaplants platter

"Shells"
This 18.25 inch by 13 inch platter is printed in medium to dark blue with stylized shells and sea plants. The border is also designed with shells and sea plants surrounded by an underglaze blue line at the edge. The maker is unknown. The platter dates from around 1830.


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