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W&R Dragon ~ 2006 (circa 1916) PDF Print E-mail
"Pattern attributed to Horace Wain"
W&R Carlton Ware Dragon Pattern

 Eight Pattern Numbers & One veriation

2006 matt black - 2053 yellow & blue gloss - 2062 mottled blue lustre - 2064 yellow - 2067 orange lustre - 2079 gloss white - 2102 Armand, sponged green and mauve lustre - 2818 rouge lustre

 

Enter The Dragon; this is the first of the five patterns that feature Dragons. DRAGON is the factory name, this pattern is attributed to Horace Wain and it was introduced in 1916. The other Dragon patterns are:- Dragon in Cartouche (c.1927), Dragon & Tree (c.1928), Dragon & Cloud (c.1929) and Dragon & Traveller (c.1931).

 

 

W&R Carlton Ware Dragon Pattern 2006

W&R Carlton Ware Dragon Vase (shape 128) - pattern 2006

Matt black ground - production era 1916 - 1917

 Image courtesy of "Dulcie Agnes Joyce Memorial Collection"

 

 

W&R Carlton Ware Dragon Pattern 2053

W&R Carlton Ware Dragon Temple Jars & Covers (Pair) - pattern 2053

yellow & navy gloss - production 1916 to 1917

Image courtesy of "The Parnell Collection"

 

 

W&R Carlton Ware Dragon Pattern 2062 

W&R Carlton Ware Dragon Plate - pattern 2062

mottled blue lustre - production era 1916 to 1917

 Image courtesy of "The Parnell Collection"

 

 

W&R Carlton Ware Dragon Pattern 2062 - veriationW&R Carlton Ware Dragon Pattern 2062 veriation

 W&R Carlton Ware Dragon Tea Caddy (missing lid) - pattern 2062 veriation

mottled deep blue lustre ground - production era 1916 to 1917

 

 

W&R Carlton Ware Dragon Pattern 2064

W&R Carlton Ware Dragon Ginger Jar - pattern 2064

yellow ground - production era 1916

 

 

W&R Carlton Ware Dragon Pattern 2079

 

W&R Carlton Ware Dragon Pattern 2079

W&R Carlton Ware Dragon Bowl - pattern 2079

white gloss ground - production era 1916 to 1917

 Image courtesy of "The Parnell Collection"

 

 

 W&R Carlton Ware Dragon Pattern 2818 

 

W&R Carlton Ware Dragon Pattern 2818

W&R Carlton Ware Dragon Vase (shape 167) - pattern 2818

rouge lustre ground - production era 1924 to 1925

Image courtesy of "The Lexi James Collection"

 
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