BOOTHS - The Pheasant

There are several Booths patterns that incorporate the name PHEASANT.

We have a plate that has a backstamp with the words THE PHEASANT and the Reg No 707517 dating it to 1924. This scarce item is the only one we have seen with this pattern name in the mark:

 

Teaplate
6.75 ins
Octagonal

c1924

£18

If you have anything that matches this pattern, we'd like to hear from you!

 

 
   

 

We also have plates featuring a variation on the above pattern (but with no pattern name marked) that have the same border as the Pagoda pattern. These also date from 1924. Items were produced in the same octagonal and twelve-sided shapes as PAGODA:

 

Dinner plate
9.5 ins
Twelve-sided

impressed 1924

Crazing both sides

£20

 

 

Dessert plate
8.5 ins
Twelve-sided

impressed 1924

Some crazing both sides

£18

 

See Two Parrots for another pattern with the same border as PAGODA and the PHEASANT

 

Antique Pheasant

This is a blue & white pattern featuring two birds in a landscape:

 

Tureen & lid
9 ins (narrowest width)
11 ins (diagonal across base)
5.75 ins high

1906+

Some spots of discolouration on rim and near handle - otherwise perfect.

£45

 

 

 

 


Rockery & Pheasant

This is a hand-coloured pattern quite different from any of the above, with the Reg No 674317 dating it to 1921. A similar pattern with the same name was registered in 1913 by the firm S HANCOCK & SONS, and this was claimed to be a reproduction of YUNG-CHENG porcelain from the period 1723-35.

ROCKERY & PHEASANT is becoming hard to find...


Soup plate

10 ins

Impressed 1928

Some small restored chips under rim.

£16

 

 
   

 

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