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Wood and Sons

Stafford

Woods Gallery 

This elegant pattern is the work of Frederick Rhead or his associate Jack Butler, who succeeded him as Woods art director around 1929-30.

The blue transfer floral design is handpainted in subtle shades of bistre, purple and pink on a beautiful pale ivory glaze. This unusual and distinctive colourway is similar to that found in Woods' Soo-Chow pattern.

The pattern can be found with two marks - the typical WOODS 'figure with banner' mark, and the LAWLEYS mark, the London retailer that sold Woodsware in the 1930s from their Regent Street shop.


Dinner plate
10 ins

Impressed 1931

SOLD

 

Dessert plate
9 ins

Impressed 1930

SOLD

   

Cake plate
With 'ear' handles
10 x 9.5 ins

SOLD

 

Serving bowl
9.25 ins
2.5 ins high

Impressed 1930

SOLD

   

 

Meat plate
Oval
16 x 12.375 ins

Impressed 1931

£40

 

 

Saucer
5.75 ins

£5

 

 

Coffee saucer
4.375 ins

£5

 

    
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