Dark Green Asiatic Pheasants

Tea Plate, Burleigh Dark Green Asiatic Pheasants
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7"  18cm
$ 17.84
 
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Breakfast / Starters Plate, Burleigh Dark Green Asiatic Pheasant
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9"  22cm
$ 19.93
 
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Breakfast / Starters Accent Plate, Burleigh Dark Green Asiatic Pheasant
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9"  22cm
$ 19.93
 
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Dinner Plate, Burleigh Dark Green Asiatic Pheasants
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10"  25.5cm
$ 22.39
 
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Pasta Dish, Burleigh Dark Green Asiatic Pheasants
9"  23cm.
$ 22.39
 
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Tea Cup & Saucer, Burleigh Dark Green Asiatic Pheasants
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⅓ pint,  187ml
$ 36.28
 
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Small Teapot, Burleigh Dark Green Asiatic Pheasants
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16 fl.oz.  450ml, 3½"  9cm tall
$ 79.95
 
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Small Sugar / Dips Bowl, Burleigh Dark Green Asiatic Pheasants
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4"  9.5cm
$ 25.83
 
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Mini Tankard Jug, Burleigh Dark Green Asiatic Pheasants
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$ 28.91
 
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Burleigh Dark Green Asiatic Pheasants

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Asiatic Pheasants was the most popular pattern of the Victorian era. Introduced in 1827, its romantic gentle blue pattern proved to be more popular than its dark Georgian counterpart Willow. Asiatic Pheasants took pride of place on the kitchen dresser and on the dining table. Now available in striking dark green, the pattern takes on a modern, contemporary look.

Produced at the Burleigh pottery in Burslem, Stoke-on-Trent, in the heart of the Staffordshire potteries, where ceramic tableware has been produced for centuries, and by Burleigh since 1851. 

Dishwasher and microwave proof, with a wonderful, hand applied transfer print.

Please note that due to the hand crafted nature of the transfer pattern, slight variations between pieces may occur. Also, a pattern join may be visible on some pieces; these aspects of Burleigh ware are a result of hand application of the patterns, a skillful process used since the 1750s now used uniquely by Burleigh, and is not a fault.