Shape Numbers 1000-1987

 Shape 1375, pattern  number 9956

Shape 1375, pattern number 9956

This page includes a list of shape numbers 1000-1987. It is very much a “work in progress”. I will add new shapes as these come to light. I have included photographs where these are available, or outline drawings to help identify a particular shape. Below the images I have included the description taken from “Royal Crown Derby” by John Twitchett and Betty Bailey. Betty was given the unenviable task of describing nearly 2000 shapes at a time when only very limited illustrations could be included. In brackets after the description I have added shape numbers where I have seen actual marked pieces. These often differ from those listed in the shape books, but I presume that if a shape proved particularly popular it was produced in other patterns to meet the demand.

Inevitably I will have made errors, as the hand painted numbers are often unclear, and the incised numbers are very difficult to identify from images. Nevertheless I have endeavoured to show part of the wide range of shapes produced by the factory. It should also make it easier to determine if a particular piece has a missing cover or lid.

The outline drawings are my own work, and I do not claim to be an artist. I have done my best to represent the shapes, but reliance on photographs makes it difficult to differentiate between embossing and ribbing, which form part of the shape, and gilt lines. Do check the description to determine the size of a piece, as the photographs and outline drawings vary considerably in scale.

During the period 1927-61, the actual number of new shapes produced was relatively limited, especially when compared with the large number of new patterns. I suspect that the start of the period more or less coincides with shape 1800. I have included the much earlier shapes dating from C1890 as I have had to carry out the research and suspect that a more complete list will be of greater assistance to collectors. I will be adding a further page including shapes 1-999 in due course.

The shape and pattern numbers were often painted in red enamel on the base of a piece which has made it possible to compile this page. Not all are as clear as the example given above. Sometimes the pattern number is placed under the shape number. If the painted number is greater than 1987, it has to relate to the pattern, and not the shape number.

I would not have been able to produce this illustrated page of shape numbers without the co-operation of internet Sellers and Auction Houses, for which I am very appreciative.

1009 - “Box, round, with gadroon edge and cover L M and S”

1010 - “As 1009 but heart shape, three sizes” (2649)

1016 - “Vase, plain, with embossed neck and top, and two small handles L 7¼ in. S 5¾ in.” (1128, 2553, 4858, 5065, 9723)

1029 - “Vase, globe shape with fluted body and stopper 6½ in.” (4757)

1032 - “Vase, globe shape, with fluted neck and two small handles 4 in. (2444, 4429)

1045 - “Vase, with base and shoulder ribbed, and two small handles 4 ¼ in.” (4731)

1050 - “Vase, plain, with frilled top. L 6¼ in. S 4¾ in., patterns 6299 and 1128” (1128, 4421, 9354, 9357)

1053 - “Similar to above (?) but plain 6¾ in.” (1128)

1062 - “Jugs, ‘Swansea’ shape, fluted, with decorative handle, nine sizes”

1063 - “Fern pot, hexagonal shape, embossed L 4 in. S 3½ in.” (1128, 4758)

1066 - “Vase, classical, footed, with inverted flute shoulder, two small handles and domed cover 9 ¼ in.” (4863)

1099 - “Jardinière, low, 4½ in. high, 7¾” in. wide” (5065)

1102 - “Ink and fast stand” (1126, 2444, 6299)

1104 - “Sugar, ‘Swansea’ shape, to 1062”

1113 - “Tea caddy, same cover as 940 4¼ in.” (1128, 2649, 6299, A228)

1114 - “Urn, with cover, footed, with two handles, height 5 ¾ in.” (4072, 4613, 4673, 5355, 7039)

1125 - Here the description given in “Royal Crown Derby” does not match the actual marked number. This is probably “Jar, with cover, patterns 6299 and 1128” listed under 1127 - Further research required. (6915)

1131 - “Similar to 1030, but with three handles at the shoulder”

1137 - “Coffee cup and saucer, ‘Edinburgh’ shape, plain”

1170 - “Urn, with cover, small foot, embossed handles and knob 7 ¾ in.” (5796, 6348)

1173 - “Urn, with cover, small ribbed foot, embossed body, ribbed neck and cover with two small handles 6¾ in.” (5796)

1176 - “Similar to 1175 10 in.”

1178 - “Bottle, round, with pointed stopper 4½ in., patterns 6299 and 1128, originally thrown and turned, but cast from February 1915” (6299). Stopper missing.

1190 - “Basket, small, oblong, with twisted handle L 5 ½ in. long S 4⅜ in. long” (2451)

1194 - “Ewer, similar to 1134. L 7½” in. S 6 in.” (5590)

1196 - “Urn, with cover, similar to 1183 but with plain handles 4½ in. boat shape”

1198 - “Vase, similar to 1165 L 6 in. S 4½ in.” (1128)

1199 - “Vase, similar to 1155 4½ in.” (2691, 4613)

1202 - “Vase, campana shape, small 4 ½ in.” (1128, 5819, 6299)

1205 - “Pepper, mustard and salt, ‘Dover’ shape, salt is as mustard but without cover” (A228)

1207 - “Mug, with three embossed handles 5½ in.”

1216 - “Fern pot, hexagonal shape, with fluted top L 4⅜ in. S 3⅞ in.”

1227 - “Urn, small globe shape, with two handles and domed cover 5 in.” (1128, 6299)

1243 - “Sweet dish, fluted, with four feet and two small handles” (6299)

1244 - “Urn with cover, small foot, and two small handles at shoulder 6¼ in.” - (6047) Here shown lacking the cover.

1246 - “Urn, with embossed foot, handles from embossed shoulder, cover with knob 6½ in.” (6244)

1252 - “Spill vase, plain, with four small feet 4¼ in.” (1128)

1253 - “Similar to 1247 10½ in.” (7657)

1255 - “Loving cup, with three handles 6½ in.” (6880)

1262 - “Urn, plain, with cover, pattern 1128 5½ in.” (6044, 9143, 9212)

1265 - “Urn, on elaborate foot, with embossed handles and cover 10 in.” (6299, 7054, 7793)

1270 - “Dinnerware, ‘Royal’ shape”

1272 - “Dessert plate, “Silver” shape, and round, hexagonal and tall comports”

1273 - “Sweet dishes, “Silver” shape, six sizes”

1274 - “Teaware, “Silver” shape”

1275 - “Dinnerware, “Silver” shape”

1276 - “Cup, two handles,  same foot as 1257, 4 ½ in.” (6299)

1279 - “As 1277 but without cover”

1282 - “Vase, classical, foot similar to 1279, ovoid body with handles from slender neck, and small cover. L 11 in. S 9 in.” (8035) Here illustrated without the cover.

1283 - “Urn, plain, with cover, footed, embossed handles and knob 6 ¼ in.” (1128, 6299)

1284 - “Urn, “Silver” shape, with embossed foot and handles 4 ½ in.”

1286 - “Urn, with cover, plain foot and body, twist embossed handles, and knob” (6299, 6324)

1287 - “Vase, classical, shape similar to 1251 9 in.” (6047, 8327). Here shown without the cover.

1291 - “Vase, Grecian plain, two handles 7 ¼ in.” (7347)

1294 - “Similar to 1267 8 in. high” (515)

1296 - “Vase, classical, with plain foot and body, embossed handles, and small cover with knob L 1 ft 3 in. M I ft S 9 ½ in.” (7292)

1301 - “Urn, with cover, plain foot and body, handles and cover with knob 5 ½ in.”

1305 - “Pastile burner, with embossed foot, mask corners and embossed cover 5 ½ in.” (1128)

1316 - “Vase, globe shape, with slightly embossed foot, base and shoulder, two leaf handles, and domed cover with knob 9 ½ in.” (7194)

1318 - “Vase, with four small feet, plain body, two small handles from flower embossed top L 9 in., S 7 in.” (6299)

1324 - “Similar to 1321 L 10 ¾ in. M 9 in. S 7 ¼ in.” (6299, 6990)

1327 - “Vase, globe shape, embossed neck and handles, and domed cover with knob 9 in.”

1330 - “Loving cup, with handles, plain, footed 5 in.” (6299, 6880)

1332 - “Vase, plain, globe shape, pattern 1128 4 in.” (1128, 6299)

1333 - “Vase, plain, with wide base, patterns 6299 and 1128, 4 in.”

1334 - “Vase, with wide base, narrow neck and two small handles 4 ½ in.” (1128, 5589, 6299)

1335 - “Vase, with wide base and narrow neck, patterns 6299 and 1128 4 ¼ in.” (1128, 6299 7428)

1336 - “Vase, globe shape, narrow neck 3 ¾ in.” (1128, 6299)

1337 - “Vase, globe shape, footed, with cover, pattern 1128 4 ½ in.” (1128, 6299, 7428)

1338 - “Vase, plain, with fluted top, patterns 6229 and 1128, 4½ in.” (1128)

1340 - “Vase, globe shape, with short fluted neck 3 ¼ in.” (6299)

1342 - “Vase, globe shape with narrow neck 3 1/2" in.” (1128, 2444, 5559, 6299)

1343 - “Similar to 1342 4 in.” (5589)

1344 - “Vase, round, with two handles, patterns 6299 and 1128 3 in.” (5589, 6299)

1345 - “Vase, plain, footed and with domed cover, pattern 1128 4 ¼ in.” (1128, 6299)

1349 - “Vase, plain, footed, with two handles and embossed top 9 ¼ in.” (6854)

1359 - “Similar to 1358 6 in.”

1363 - “Vase, classical, footed, with plain handles and small cover 8½ in.” (6299)

1366 - “Teacup and saucer, “Beaufort” shape, low”

1369 - “Vase, classical, ovoid body, plain foot, narrow neck, embossed handles from shoulder to body, and small domed cover with knob L 1 ft 2 ½ in. S 1 ft ½ in.” (6299)

1371 - “Vase, globe shape, with cover, foot as 1370, two small handles, and domed cover 5 ½ in.” (1128, 2444)

1375 - “Card basket, oval on four small feet. L 10 ¼ in., M 9 ¼ in., S 8 3/8 in.” 

1383 - “Biscuit box, with handles and cover with knob 6 ¼ in.” (6299)

1385 - “Tea caddy, with cover 4 ½ in.” (1128)

1386 - “Tea caddy, globe shape, with cover 3 ½ in.” (1128)

1397 - “Dessert plate, “Ely” shape, with shell, oval and tall comports, height 2 ½ in., round comport modelled for Philips July 1912”

1400 - “Loving cup, on tall foot, with three handles 8½ in.” (1128)

1410 - “Vase, on round pedestal, with two small handles and small domed cover 8 ¼ in.” (6047, 7373, 7438, 7773)

1415 - “Vase, globe shape, footed, with two handles and cover 5 in.” (6299)

1420 - “Vase, campana shape, plain foot, embossed handles, cover with knob, L. 10 ¼ in., S. 8 ½ in.” (7292)

1424 - “Vase, globe shape, with four small feet, twisted handles, embossed, and embossed cover 6 in.” (7374, 7408, 8327)

1431 - “Sweets, Alton shape, four sizes”

1433 - “Vase, plain 4 ¾ in.” (7428)

1435 - “Vase, plain, with broad base and narrow neck 4 ¼ in.” (6299)

1436 - “Vase, plain, 4 ¼ in.” (1128)

1437 - “Vase, plain, with fluted shoulder 4 ½ in.” (1128, 6299, 7429)

1443 - “Vase, hexagonal shape, no cover pattern 1128   L 8 in. M 6 ½ in. S 5 ¼ in.” (1128)

1449 - “Vase, plain, patterns 6299 and 1128 3 1/8 in.” (7429, 7438, 6299, 1128)

1450 - “Vase, globe shape, patterns 6299 and 1128 2 ¾ in.” (1128)

1451 - “Vase, bottle shape, patterns 6299 and 1128 3 ¼ in.” (1128)

1452 - “Similar to above (?), patterns 6299 and 1128, 3 in.” (1128, 6299)

1453 - “Similar to 1451, patterns 6299 and 1128 3 1/8 in.” (1128, 6299, 7429)

1454 - “Vase, small, with frilled top, patterns 6299 and 1128 2 ¾ in.” (1128, 6299)

1455 - “Toy cup, saucer, plate, sugar and cream, “Greek” shape, B and B” (4112)

1458 - “Vase” ovoid shape, similar to 1424 L 9 in. S 7 in.” (7408)

1460 - “Cup, small, footed, on pedestal, 3 ¾ in.” (7405)

1464 - “Vase, with cover, two small handles, embossed knob and cover, on pedestal L 1 ft 2 in. S 11 ½ in.” (7859)

1465 - “Vase, ovoid shape, with four small feet, two embossed handles and cover 5 ¾ in.” (8064, 9009)

1469 - “Vase, plain, bottle  shape, with two small handles and frilled top 7 ¼ in.” (6047)

1470 - “Vase, plain, footed, with embossed handles, neck and knob on cover 6 in.” (7859). Drawn here with the wrong lid as the original was clearly missing/broken!

1474 - “Vase, campana shape, with two small handles and foot. Patterns 6299 and 1128 3 ¾ in.” (6299)

1475 - “Dessert plate and comports “Stanhope” shape”

1476 - “Toy coal scuttle, helmet shape, pattern 6299 2 ¾ in.” (2649, 6299)

1477 - “Coal bucket pattern 6299 2 ½ in.” (6299)

1478 - “Watering can pattern 6288 3 in.” (6299)

1479 - “Kettle pattern 6299 2 ½ in.” (2649, 6299)

1480 - “Cauldron pattern 6299 2 5/8 in.” (2649, 6299)

1481 - “Dinnerware “Ely” shape”

1489 - “Vase, round, with slight embossing patterns 9299 and 1128 3 in.” (1128, 6299)

1491 - “Teapot 2 1/8 in. high” (6299, 2649)

1493 - “Ewer, as 1486 8 ¾ in. high”

1494 - “Toy mug, pattern 6299 1 ½ in.“ (6299)

1495 - Toy tea caddy pattern 6299 1 ½ in. high (2451)

1496 - “Toy teapot, sugar box and cream, “Dublin” shape” (1128, 2451)

1501 - “Vase, campana shape, with beading on foot and base, and top L 5 in. S 4 in.” (1128, 4063)

1502 - “Spill vase, with four small feet and beading on body patterns 6299 and 1128 2 ½ in.” (1128, 6299)

1503 - “Urn, ovoid shape, with embossed foot, handles and tall conical cover” (406)

1506 - “Vase similar to 1470 7 ¼”

1512 - “Vase, similar to 1511 but with beading, patterns 6299 and 1128 2 ¾ in.” (1128, 6299, 8067)

1513 - Listed as “Unidentified” by Betty Bailey this pot-pourri vase has been recorded in patterns 1128, 8405 and 9337

1514 - “Loving cup, footed, with two handles, patterns 6299 and 1128” (6299)

1515 - “Teacup and saucer, “Ferrers” shape

1520 - “Vase, campana shape, patterns 6299 and 1128 L 5 in. S 4 1/8 in.“ (531, 7734, 8753)

1521 - “Vase, hexagonal shape, on three round feet, pattern 6299 L 4 3/8 in S 3 ½ in.” (6299)

1523 - “Similar to 1519 but plain and without cover, patterns 6299 and 1128 4 1/8 in.” (8753)

1527 - “Dinner and teaware “Dover” shape”

1528 - “Vase, globe shape, on three supports from square base, patterns 6299 and 1128, 4⅛ in.” (8063) - Betty’s description is almost correct, but the base is three sided not square. An easy mistake to make as she was working from the line drawings in the shape books, not photographs.

1541 - “Dinnerware, “Stanhope” shape, see 1475 for dessertware.”

1542 - Coffee cup and saucer, “Stanhope” shape, waisted cup with embossed edge”

1545 - “Vase, round, with scallop edge, resting on scroll supports from embossed base 6 1/8 in.” (8754)

1546 - “Fern pot, round or oval with inverted flutes 3 ¾ in.” (5260)

1547 - “Vase, round, with two small handles and wide neck  L 6 in. S  4 5/8 in.” (8269)

1549 - “Vase, round, with frilled top 4 ½ in.” (1128, 6299, 8260)

1553 - “Vase, on four scroll feet with foliate embossing, patterns 6299 and 1128 L 6 5/8 in. S 5 1/8 in.” (1128)

1584 - “Vase, round, with cover, four scroll feet and knob 3 ½ in.” (9259)

1585 - “Box, plain, round, with cover, foliate feet and knob 3 ½ in.” (1128)

1597 - Vase, shape as 1502, patterns 6299 and 1128 6 ½ in.” (6299, 9358)

1602 - “Pot-pourri, globe shape, with pierced cover, patterns 6299 and 1128 3 7/8 in.” (1128 6299)

1621 - Pot-pourri, hexagonal shape similar to 1602,  patterns 6299 and 1128 4 ¾ in.” (1128 6299)

1627 - “Vase, round L  6in., M 5 ¼ in. S 4 ½ in. (6299)

1628 - “Vase, round, shallow, with fluted top, pattern 6299 4 ¼ in.” (1128)

1629 - “Vase, round, with wide fluted top, pattern 6299 4 ½ in.” (8794)

1633 - “Dessert plate, ‘Talbot’ shape, with acorn motif border, square, oval, round and tall comports”

1643 - “Vase, globe shape, on embossed foot, with foliate handles and knob on cover, L 9½ in. S 7¾ in.” (8790)

1649 - “Vase, plain, goblet shape, L 5 ¼ in. S 4 3/8 in.” (1128, 9007)

1652 - “Vase, similar to 1651 but with larger scroll handles 4 ½ in.” (9008)

1662 - “Jar, with cover, four claw feet, two lion head masques, and domed cover L 10 in. S 7 ½ in.” (1128, 9134)

1672 - “Toy milk churn 2 ½ in.” (2649, 6299)

1673 - “Toy saucepan 2 in.” (6299)

1674 - “Toy fish kettle 1¾ in.” (6299)

1675 - “Toy coffee pot 3 in.” (6299)

1678 - “Toy basket, scalloped 1 ½ in.” (6299)

1679 - “Toy basket, oblong 1 ¾ in. long” (6299)

1680 - “Toy tray, triple, 2 ½ in. long” (6299)

1685 - “Card baskets “Talbot” shape, square and oval L, M and S” (A228, A720)

1685 - “Card baskets “Talbot” shape, square and oval L, M and S”

1689 - “Mug, with one embossed handle L 4 ½ in., M 3 ¾ in. S 3in.” (6299)

1694 - Dinner and teaware “Talbot” shape, oak leaf embossed edge”

1697 - “Vase, embossed foot, with two scroll handles and edge L 9 in. S 7 in.” (1128, 9420)

1700 - “Vase, inverted pear shape, on embossed foot, with twisted foliate handles L 9 ½ in. S 7 ¼ in.”

1704 - “Vase, bottle shape with narrow neck and wide fluted top, patterns 6299 and 1128 7 ¼  in.” (1128)

1705 - “Vase, with wide top and four foliate embossed feet L 6 ¾ in. S 5 ¼ in.” (1128, 6299)

1706 - “Jar, hexagonal shape, with cover, patterns 6299 and 1128 7 in.” The description does not match the shape, but this vase is clearly marked and is found in pattern numbers 1128 and 8260 - Perhaps it refers to 1707 below. Further research required.

1707 - “Vase, hexagonal shape, with cover, and two small handles and knob, pattern only 6299,  L 8 in. S 6 7/8 in.” If this is correctly described, the cover is missing. (1128, 6299)

1727 - “Vase, with small foot, plain body with beaded shoulder and scroll edge, 4½ in.” (9354)

1732 - “Vase, shape as 1726 but without foot, patterns 6299 and 1128, 4¼ in.” (1128)

1733 - “Vase, bottle shape, embossed at edge, patterns 6299 and 1128 4 ½ in.” (1128)

1735 - “Vase, globe shape, patterns 6299 and 1128 3 ½ in.” (6299)

1736 - “Vase, with four small foliate feet and fluted edge, patterns 6299 and 1128 3 ¾ in.” (9223)

1739 - “Pot-pourri jar, globe shape, patterns 6299 and 1128 3 ½ in.” (6299, 9433)

1740 - “Vase, round, with four embossed corners at shoulder, patterns 6299 and 1128, 3½ in.” (1128, 6299)

1741 - “Pot-pourri jar, globe shape, with domed cover and knob, patterns 6299 and 1128, L 5 in. S 4 in.”

1742 - “Pot-pourri jar, same body as 1386, 3½ in.” (6299)

1743 - “Bon-bon box, round, with flat cover, patterns 6299 and 1128 2 5/8 in.” (6299)

1754 - “Cigarette box, oblong octagonal shape”

1756 - “Vase, with beaded foot and top, two small handles, scalloped edge, patterns 6299 and 1128 L 5 ¾ in., S 4 5/8 in.” (1128)

1757 - “Vase, shape similar to 1755 but without handles, patterns 6299 and 1128  5 in. S 4 1/8 in.” (1128)

1759 - “Spill vase, beaded, with plain top, patterns 6299 and 1128 L 5 ¾ in., S 4 ½ in.” (1128, 6299)

1760 - “Vase, with square foot, reeded base, two small handles at shoulder, and plain top” 15cm (9389)

1762 - “Vase, with plain round foot, two small handles and wide top, patterns 6299 and 1128, 5¾ in.” (6299)

1763 - “Vase, campana shape, without handles, with beading on foot and edge, patterns 6299 and 1128 L 5 in. S 4 ¼ in.” (1128, 9141)

1771 - “Vase, rounded hexagonal shape with scalloped top, patterns 6299 and 1128 2 ½ in.” - (1128, 6299)

1773 - “Vase, plain, with four small feet, patterns 6299 and 1128 2 ½ in.” (1128)

1774 - “Vase, plain, with beading at base and edge, patterns 6299 and 1128 2 ½ in.” (6299)

1776 - “Vase, round, with beaded base and edge, patterns 6299 and 1128, 2½ in.” (6299)

1777 - “Fern Pot, shape as 1774 L 4 ½ in., M 3 ¾ in., S 3 1/8 in.” - (1128)

1781 - “Trinket box, round, and cover L 2 in., M 1 5/8 in., S 1 ¼ in.” (Saccharin box)

1784 - “Trinket box, with embossed cover L 1 ½ in., S 1 ¼ in.”

1795 - “Box, with cover, foliate embossed feet and knob 6 ¾”

1800 - “Tray, small, oblong”

1801 - “Tray, small, square”

1802 - “Tray, small, oval”

1803 - “Tray, small, square”

1806 - “Inkwell, rounded, 3¼ in.” (6299)

1820 - “Box, oblong, with four foliate feet and beaded cover” (1128)

1825 - “Vase, globe shape, patterns 6299 and 1128 L 3 1/8 in. S 2 ½ in.” (1128, 6299)

1826 - “Vase, plain, patterns 6299 and 1128, L 4 in., S 3¼ in.” (1128)

1828 - “Vase, globe shape, with narrow neck, patterns 6299 and 1128 L 4 in., S 3 ¼ in.” (1128, 6299)

1829 - “Vase, octagonal shape, on pointed corners, L 4 in. S 3 1/8 in.” (1128, 6299)

1844 - “Loving cup, campana shape, with two foliate scroll handles 4 ½ in.”

1877 - “Sweets, “Cairn” shape, similar to 1876, oval six sizes, round six sizes”

1885 - “Sandwich set, oblong tray, six square plates”

1886 - “Fruit set, square, bowl and six saucer dishes” (228, 1128)

1902 - “Coffee cup and saucer, ‘Royal Gadroon’ shape, as ‘Edinburgh’ but with gadroon embossing”

1909 - “Dinner plate, ‘Octagon’ shape”

1911 - “Teacup and saucer, ‘Octagon’ shape, low”

1915 - “Coffee pot, cream and sugar, ‘Octagon’ shape”

1919 - “Comport gadroon also plain and vine”

1920 - “Cigarette box, oblong, plain” (228)

1923 - “Jam pot, with cover and strawberry knob 3 ½ in.” (228)

1926 - “Tray, similar to 407 but with cigarette rests” (also described as “cigar tray with rests”)

1927 - “Jam and marmalade sets, two pots on tray, with spoons”

1928 - “Mug, plain 5 in.”

1930 - “Toy ware, ‘Chelsea’ shape, teacup and saucer, teapot, sugar box and cream, coffee pot, coffee cup and saucer, plate, bread and butter, kettle and caddy” (9818)

1933 - “Tazza, as 1221 but without handle” (228)

1934 - “Vase, as 1844 but with “eagle” shape handles”

1942 - “Goblet, gadroon embossing on foot 4 ¾ in.”

1943 - “Cigarette box, as 1920 but gadroon edge on cover”

1945 - “Sweets, ‘Bedford’ shape, round, three sizes”

1947 - “Powder box, round with cover 5 in.”

1950 - “Sweets, Duchess shape, with pierced handles and foot, six sizes”

1957 - “Tray, leaf shape, 4½ in. diameter”

1959 - “Tray, rectangular, embossed “Chinese Birds” shape”

1960 - “Tray, ‘Rouen’ shape, embossed ‘Chinese Birds’ shape”

1961 - “Tray, leaf shape, embossed ‘Chinese Birds’ shape”

1962 - “Tray, ‘Silver’ No. 1 shape, embossed ‘Chinese Birds’ shape”

1963 - “Tray, oblong, embossed “Pershore” shape (Fruit and flowers)”

1967 - “Tea and dinnerware “Vine” shape, embossed”

1968 - “Tea and dinnerware “Burford” shape, embossed”

1969 - “Tea and dinnerware “Kendal” shape, embossed”

1970 - “Teacup and saucer “Chinese Birds” shape, dessert plate embossed”

1971 - “Dessert plates, “Pershore” shape, embossed.

1974 - “Tray, original Rockingham but no embossing” (Here the flowered version is shown)