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Patterns of the Month: Romantic

Each month we feature a new pattern from our Patterns Database and archive them on these pages by category.

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Peruvian Hunters

Peruvian Hunters

Seen is a 15.5 inch platter in the “Peruvian Hunters” series made by Goodwin & Ellis(1839-1840). There are five patterns from this series in the database. Two are printed in brown, one in teal, one in purple, and one in blue. Members only: for more information about this pattern and to see other similar patterns, search the Pattern and Source Print Database.

Balloon

Balloon

Known as "Balloon," there is evidence that the pattern on this 12.5 inch by 10 inch handled dish could well commemorate a balloon ascension by George Graham during Bath Race Week in July 1824, as the city below strongly resembles Bath, particularly the Royal Crescent there. Members only: for more information about this pattern and to see other similar patterns, search the Pattern and Source Print Database.

Chinese Juvenile Sports series

Chinese Juvenile Sports series

Chinese Juvenile Sports seriesShown here is an 8.5 inch soup plate from the Chinese Juvenile Sports series by an unknown maker. The series was printed in red, pink, black, brown and purple. Each size and shape shows a different center pattern. Members only: for more information about this pattern and to see other similar patterns, search the Pattern and Source Print Database.

Butterfly Border

"Butterfly Border"

Shown on a 10.5 inch plate, this pattern by Enoch Wood & Sons (1818-1846) is known as Butterfly Border. Each size shows a different center printed in three colors. The color combinations also vary. Members only: for more information about this pattern and to see other similar patterns, see the pattern database.

Belzoni plate thumbnail

"Belzoni"

Belzoni mark thumbnailSeen here is a 10 inch plate from the "Belzoni" series made by Enoch Wood & Sons (1818-1846). It is part of a series that shows a different scene on almost every size and shape. The pattern owes its name to Giovanni Battista Belzoni (1778-1823), an Italian adventurer and entertainer who settled in England.

Parisian Chateau

"Parisian Chateau"

Parisian Chateau markThis pattern, transfer-printed on a 10 inch plate, was made by Ralph Hall (& Co.) or (& Son) (1822-1849). It is part of a series that varies slightly from size to size. Members only: for more information about this pattern and to see other similar patterns, see the pattern database.

Plate

Mark"Romantic Castle #1" by Davenport (1794-1887) is part of a series found in many color combinations.  Each size has a different center pattern unified by the same border.  This pattern, which is found on a 10.75 inch plate, is printed in three colors under the glaze. For more information about this series and to see more patterns, search Romantic Castles in the database

Plate

Mark"No 107"  Plate,  9 inches.  As there is no other name, the pattern is known by the number printed with the name of the factory,  Enoch Wood & Sons (1818-1846.)  Although the pattern looks oriental, it is actually a romanticized version of an oriental pattern, and thus is found in Romantic Themes/Oriental in the database.  For more information about the pattern, see the database

"Fisherman" plate by Enoch Wood & sons
"Fisherman" maker's mark"Fisherman" by Enoch Wood & Sons (1818-1846). This 7" plate is from the 1835-1846 period. Although this plate is printed in underglaze brown and blue, the pattern is also found printed in combinations of red and black, blue and black and red and green, and probably more color combinations!  The factory also used different borders for this series, as well as different centers, a highly unusual occurrence.
Sporting Series or Zoological Series well and tree platter
"Sporting Scenes" printed in underglaze brown by J.F. Wileman (1870-1892). Mark
Plate
Shanghai pattern on ironstone printed underglaze in green by W. Adams & Sons, Tunstall, 1834-64. The pattern is also found in flown blue and enamelled with yellow luster.
Long Bridge
Festoon Border
by Enoch Wood & Sons c. 1818-1846 The border has 6 reserves with 3 different suspension bridges and 3 garden scenes. The center pattern features a large Gothic style building near a body of water. It is found in several different color combinations.


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