Extensive Inventory of Discontinued  English Dinnerware Patterns  Western Canada's Largest Registry

Extensive Inventory of Discontinued
English Dinnerware Patterns
Western Canada's Largest Registry


 


There were many Wood factories established by various generations of the Wood family, beginning with Ralph (the first of three generations of Ralphs!) in Burslem, Staffordshire. Aaron Wood, Ralph’s brother, established his own factory in 1752, and various family members continued in the family business either independently or working for Wedgwood factories. (For example Enoch Wood from 1783 to 1846.) Wood & Son was established in 1865, becoming Wood & Sons Ltd. in 1910, and surviving until 1981. Probably the most popular Wood pattern was Woods English Scenery which came in a variety of colours and edges.

Choose one of the following pattern names:

Adams
Avon (Woods)
Belle Fiori
Blue Willow - see Willow (Woodsware)
Dorset (blue/white)
Dorset (brown)
Dorset (green)
Dorset (multi-coloured)
English Scenery (blue)
English Scenery (blue/white)
English Scenery (brown)
English Scenery (burgundy/pink)
English Scenery (green)
English Scenery (pink)
Hassan
North Woods
Safari
Seaforth (blue, smooth edge)
Seaforth (blue, smooth edge)
Sherborne (Woods)
Wellesley (Woods)
Westmoreland (brown)
Willow (Woods - blue)
Windsor (W)
Woodland (blue)
York (Woods)
Yuan (blue)(smooth edge)


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