|Enoch Wood & Sons (1818-1846), The Point 3.5 inch cup plate, ca. 1825/Notice that the only part of the border used is the stringing on the inner part of the border|
|Enoch Wood & Sons, Water Spaniel 10 inch plate|
Enoch Wood & Sons, Three Hounds 5.75 inch plate
|Enoch Wood & Sons, Setter 10 inch soup plate|
Enoch Wood & Sons Running Dogs 4.5 inch cup plate
Enoch Wood & Sons Pointer and Quail 8.5 inch plate
Here are a few dogs from the Quadrupeds series.
John Hall (& Sons) 1814-1832 Mastiff 6.5 inch plate, ca. 1825
|John Hall English Setter 5.5 inch plate|
|John Hall Dalmation or Coach Dog 6 inch plate|
|Ralph Stevenson (& Son) 1810-1835, Springer Spaniel, 10 inch plate, ca. 1825|
My last photo is a vignette of patterns that feature dogs. Only the soup plate is part of a dinner service, but at least all of the items were intended for adults!
Clockwise: Herculaneum soup plate, Field Sports; Unknown maker stilton cheese stand, Game Keeper; Unknown maker jug with pointer (same pointer that is seen in the Enoch Wood plate above); Unknown maker toothbrush box lid