Pattern Category: Other Floral and Botanical Patterns

Object Type: Dinner and Dessert Wares


  • Diameter: 9.75 inches


This pattern is seen here on an indented earthenware dinner plate printed in blue underglaze with over the glaze enameling in several colors.  Designed after a Chinese pattern from the K'ang Hsi period, 1700-22. It was introduced by Spode c. 1815.  In the early 1800s the name "India" was often used to describe an oriental style.  This pattern is also found printed in blue, an example of which is also included in this exhibit.  It is thought that India was withdrawn around 1835.

Drakard/Holdway Pattern Number P623

Mark Types and IDs

Impressed 3a

Workman's Mark Transfer Printed WMT 12