Shape Numbers 1000-1987

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)

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, 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.”

1224 - “Vase, plain, footed, with two small handles and fluted top.  L 7¾ in. S 6¼ in.” (1128)

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)

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)

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

1359 - “Similar to 1358 6 in.”

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”

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

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.” (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)

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)

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

1515 - “Teacup and saucer, “Ferrers” shape

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

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)

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”

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.” (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)

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

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)

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)

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)

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”

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

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.” (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)