Doulton - Gloria and Temple

The two patterns on this page are very different. Gloria is a colourful 1930s design, whereas Temple is an oriental landscape with echoes of the Victorian era. To view the Temple pattern, please SCROLL DOWN...


Gloria

Pattern No D4937 - a feast of colour! Very hard to find and much sought-after by Art Deco collectors.

 

Side plates
8 ins

Square

Impressed 1930

SOLD

 

 

 

 

 

Temple

This pattern is also quite hard to find. It comes in various colourways including the red and brown transfers shown below, both of which feature beautiful hand colouring. The border is reminiscent of some Spode borders with its complex spirals.

The picture below is a close-up of the central portion. On some plates the central temple design is missing, reducing it to a border pattern.


 

Dessert plate
(brown transfer)

8.5 ins

Twelve-sided

1902+

Some crazing

£21

 
 PHOTO TO APPEAR HERE SOON

 

Dinner plate
(red transfer)

10.25 ins

Twelve-sided

Impressed1939

No crazing (perfect condition)

£38

 
  PHOTO TO APPEAR HERE SOON

 

Side plate
(brown transfer)

7.25 ins

Twelve-sided

Impressed1940

£12

 

 

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