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Rose moulded dessert shape

For dessert wares of similar shape with grape moulded handles and plates click here.
For dessert wares of similar shape and fan moulded handles click here.
For dessert wares of similar shape and arabesque moulded border click here.

Osterley Park

"British Scenery" series

"Dresden Opaque China"

Pattern 626

Pattern 767 "Japan Opaque China"

Pattern 844 "Dresden Opaque China"

 

Osterley Park

The dessert plate is 209mm in diameter. Earthenware.

Osterley Park dessert plate front

Osterley Park dessert plate back

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"British Scenery" series

For dinner wares with the same print see here.
See also K. Church, 'J. & W. Ridgway - Anonymous Marks', Northern Ceramic Society Newsletter 107 (Sep. 1997), 14-19.

Riverside Cottages. The dessert plate is 207mm in diameter. Earthenware.

Riverside Cottages dessert plate front

Riverside Cottages dessert plate back

Riverside Cottages dessert plate backstamp

Riverside Cottages. The dessert plate is 208mm in diameter. Earthenware.
An alternative version without the blue edge line.

Riverside Cottages dessert plate front

Riverside Cottages dessert plate back

The base of this plate is heavily potted, and so thick that the seller thought it was a tureen stand.

Riverside Cottages dessert plate backstamp

The tally mark, a "2", is in a very odd place, right on the extreme edge of the plate.

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"Dresden Opaque China"

For dinner wares with the same print see here.
See also K. Church, 'J. & W. Ridgway - Anonymous Marks', Northern Ceramic Society Newsletter 107 (Sep. 1997), 14-19.

The square dessert dish is 234mm long and 187mm wide. Earthenware.

Dresden Opaque China square dessert dish front

Dresden Opaque China square dessert dish back

Dresden Opaque China square dessert dish pattern number

The figure "8" is probably a tally mark.

The shell dessert dish is 221mm long and 202mm wide. Earthenware.

Dresden Opaque China shell dessert dish front

Dresden Opaque China shell dessert dish back

Dresden Opaque China shell dessert dish pattern number

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Pattern 626

This pattern has a sprigged circlet of flowers on the border.

The oval dessert dish is 261mm long and 196mm wide. Earthenware.

Pattern 626 oval dessert dish front

Pattern 626 oval dessert dish back

Pattern 626 oval dessert dish pattern number

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Pattern 767
"Japan Opaque China"

For dinner wares with the same decoration see here.

N.B. The similarly decorated, but bone china, service labelled as pattern 767 in Colour Plate 2 on page 19 of Godden's Ridgway Porcelains (Woodbridge, 1985) is, in fact, pattern 747 as stated in the list of Colour Plates. A fruit basket and stand of pattern 767 is correctly labelled on page 27, Plate 19.
See also K. Church, 'J. & W. Ridgway - Anonymous Marks', Northern Ceramic Society Newsletter 107 (Sep. 1997), 14-19.

The dessert centre piece is 302mm long, 228mm wide, and 137mm high. Earthenware.

Pattern 767 dessert centre piece front

Pattern 767 dessert centre piece side

Pattern 767 dessert centre piece back

Pattern 767 dessert centre piece backstamp and pattern number

Pattern 767 dessert centre piece detail of backstamp

Exactly what is written on this part of the ribbon, and what it stands for, is something of a mystery. It appears to read "JRϹSX" or possibly "JRΣSX", but no one has been able to suggest the meaning.

The square desesrt dish is 234mm long and 185mm wide. Earthenware.

Pattern 767 square dessert dish front

Pattern 767 square dessert dish back

Pattern 767 square dessert dish backstamp and pattern number

Pattern 767 square dessert dish detail of backstamp

Perhaps the middle character is intended to be an ampersand, so "JR&SX"? That still doesn't explain the "X", but "JR&S" could be for Job Ridgway and Sons. The low pattern number makes it probable that Job Ridgway was still the senior partner at this time.

The oval dessert dish is 254mm long and 192mm wide. Earthenware.

Pattern 767 oval dessert dish front

Pattern 767 oval dessert dish back

Pattern 767 oval dessert dish backstamp and pattern number

The "7" is probably a tally mark.

Pattern 767 oval dessert dish detail of backstamp

The shell dessert dish is 221mm long and 204mm wide. Earthenwre.

Pattern 767 shell dessert dish front

Pattern 767 shell dessert dish back

Pattern 767 shell dessert dish backstamp and pattern number

There is a crack leading from the bottom left corner of the backstamp through the foot and part way to the edge. The way the glaze has gathered round it inside the foot rim indicates it was originally a firing crack, but has developed with age.

The "2" is probably a tally mark.

Pattern 767 shell dessert dish detail of backstamp

The dessert plate is 210mm in diameter. Earthenware.

Pattern 767 dessert plate front

Pattern 767 dessert plate back

Pattern 767 dessert plate backstamp and pattern number

Pattern 767 dessert plate detail of backstamp

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Pattern 844
"Dresden Opaque China"

See: K. Church, 'J & W Ridgway - Anonymous Marks', Northern Ceramics Society Newsletter 107 (September 1997), 14-19.

For dinner wares with the same decoration see here.

The dessert tureen is 190mm long, 140mm wide, and 147mm tall. Earthenware.

Pattern 844 dessert tureen side

Pattern 844 dessert tureen from above

Pattern 844 dessert tureen end

Pattern 844 dessert tureen base

Pattern 844 dessert tureen pattern number

Photos © Len Kling 2018

The dessert plate is 211mm in diameter. Earthenware.

Pattern 844 dessert plate front

Pattern 844 dessert plate back

Pattern 844 dessert plate marks

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