Shape Type: Toilet & Personal Hygiene

Pattern Type: Landscapes and Waterscapes

Date: 1846-1847


  • Height: 13.00 in (33.02 cm)

Maker: George Phillips

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An earthenware ewer printed in blue with a pattern named  Bejapore.   The pattern name is a variant of an Indian place name. The fanciful  scene of turreted buildings with lacy trim is surrounded by a border of flowers and leaves.  The pattern was registered in 1846, one year before the factory ceased operations under the George Phillips name.  It was  printed on dinner, tea, and toilet ware.