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Pattern No A1968

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Booths Netherlands
  Netherlands Plates and Platters
 Netherlands Tea & Coffee Ware
 Netherlands Serving Dishes

Booths Pagoda

One of Booths most popular patterns, dating from c. 1924. Production continued until at least 1939, possibly later.

Many Netherlands items were produced in the elegant, oriental-inspired OCTAGONAL shape also found in Booths' similar Pagoda pattern.

The distinguishing feature of this shape is the combination of an octagonal cross section with a circular rim, found on cups, jugs, teapots, etc (see photo right).

Around the same time, the firm of WOOD & SONS produced items in an almost identical shape - see the Alva, Old Bow Kakiyemon, Rangoon and Westover patterns.

Netherlands plates were also produced in circular and twelve-sided shapes.

Netherlands is occasionally found in a plain blue & white version (A1967), without any of the hand-painted colours, and this variation is sometimes given the pattern name The Everest. All the examples shown below are coloured.


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Tea and Coffee Ware

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Serving dishes, tureens, gravy boats, etc

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