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Miscellaneous Numbered Transferware Patterns

Dick Henrywood

Having examined the pattern numbers used by William Smith & Co. of Stockton, the Goodwin firms of Longton, and the Everard firms, also of Longton, my mind drifted on to other wares known with marks including pattern numbers. No single firm appeared to use a consistent numbering scheme, but a variety of numbered wares are found and the examples shown below may help in grouping some together, eventually leading to possible attributions. This is not remotely a comprehensive list and there must be many more examples to be recorded. Contributions from other collectors would be most welcome.

2. Not titled
Elkin & Co.

Teawares.



 

6. Not titled
Attributed to Elkin, Knight & Bridgwood

Teawares, jug (see opposite).




6. Not titled
Printed mark from matching jug with no pattern number but maker's initials for Elkin, Knight & Bridgwood.



7. Not titled
Maker Unknown (possibly Francis Dillon)

Plates. Romantic scenes, varying centres.

11. "Fruit"
Maker Unknown

Teawares, jugs (at least two shapes). Examples are washed overall in pink lustre.

11. Not titled
Attributed to Elkin, Knight & Bridgwood (see "No.6" above)
Teawares.


11. Not titled
Maker Unknown

Dinner wares. Romantic chinoiserie scenes with elephants, varying centres.




13. Not titled
Maker unknown
Teawares. A romantic pattern featuring lady archers.

     
15. Not titled
Maker unknown
Dinner wares. A romantic scenic pattern.
  15. "Hollyhock"
Maker unknown
Plates.


20. Not titled
Mellor, Venables & Co.
Dinner wares. A romantic scenic pattern.
  26. "Labor Omnia Vincit"
Probably Knight, Elkin & Co.
Dinner wares. A number found on some examples of the pattern "Hannibal Passing the Alps".
 
21. Not titled
Maker Unknown

Dinner wares. A series of romantic scenes, varying centres.

35. "Moss-Rose"
Knight, Elkin & Bridgwood
Jug. Illustrated in Coysh 1/41. Images needed.


 

36. Not titled
Robinson, Wood & Brownfield
Jug. Images needed.

 


 
60. "Bacchanalian Sports"
Maker unknown (possibly James Godwin)
Jugs (three different shapes).


67. Not titled
F. & R. Pratt & Co.
Dinner wares. Images needed.
 
75. "Linnet"
Thomas Hackwood

Teawares. Impressed mark "HACKWOOD".




   
106. Series not titled
Enoch Wood & Sons

Dinner wares. A series of views of continental Europe.


107. Series not titled
Enoch Wood & Sons

Dinner wares. Images needed.
 
123. Not titled
F. & R. Pratt & Co.
Multicolour-printed wares.

 

129. "Holly"
John & Robert Godwin

Jug. Images needed.

 

With thanks to everyone who has contributed information, and particularly for images included above:

David Hynds; Judie Siddall; Wytze Stellingwerf; Margie Williams.

Page created 10 June 2020. Updated 12 June 2020.

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