Doulton’s Pansies seriesware pattern remains as popular as ever with prices for unusual items always in three figures!
Introduced in 1917, the pattern was withdrawn by 1930. There are two listed ‘D’ numbers for this pattern D4049 and D4264. Items found in this pattern generally revolve around teawares such as plates, jugs, cups and saucers. More unusual items include toilet sets.
1920’s catalogue page of teapots featuring Pansies D4049 on the Octagon shape.
There are some fantastic collections of this pattern around and it makes a bright, colourful display!
2 thoughts on “Collecting Doulton Pansies!”
I have a large flat Royal Doulton Pansy bowl. I would like to know what it was made for but cannot find any information. Would someone be able to recommend a source for information on Royal Doulton Pansyware?
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It sounds like it may be a wash basin minus its jug?