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TOP 10 MOST DESIRABLE FLOW BLUE PATTERNS IN ALL FOUR MAJOR CATEGORIES

By: John Hogan

Flow Blue Pottery has been in existence since 1830 onward. The renowned Davenport Factory of Longport, England was one of the very first to have produced it on a pearlware medium.

 

The majority of earlier pieces have been produced on an ironstone medium which post dates pearlware.  We already know as collectoNON PARIEL by BURGESS & LEIGH, (SCENIC/ROMANTIC CATEGORY) CIRCA 1900-1920rs and dealers that Flow Blue Pottery has been in existence since 1830 onward. The renowned Davenport Factory of Longport, England was one of the very first to have produced it on a pearlware medium. There are not many pearlware examples known. The majority of earlier pieces have been produced on an ironstone medium which post dates pearlware.

As we approach 1890 onward into the Late Victorian and Edwardian times, flow blue was now being produced on a thin earthenware medium commonly referred to as semi-porcelain. As a rule of thumb, generally speaking, most flow blue was produced from about 1830 up to about 1915. However some factories produced into the 1940s. Myott & Sons produced Crumlin and Monarch patterns up to 1925-1930; Royal Doulton produced Melrose up to 1940-1945 and Fairy Villas III was produced up to 1930 by W. Adams. This is just to name several finds throughout my collecting days.

 

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