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Chance Fiestaware Patterns

A project attempting to categorise Chance Fiestaware patterns and associate them with a photograph example (work in progress). Compiled with the help of Max, Anne, Anne B, Sue, Robbo and Tony H from GlassMessages.com. Other data was sourced from Lesley Jackson's 20th Century Factory Glass and Smethick Heritage Centre Trust (SHCT).

Those coloured red have been identified. Also see Unidentified Patterns.

Graphic Floral Others/Pictorial Aqualux (1939)

Lace (1951-1981+?)
Greco (1951)
Willow Pattern (1952)
Wild Rice (1953)
Swirl (1955-c.1965)
Night Sky (1957)
Green Leaves (1958)
Calypto (1959)
Vine?
(c.1960)
Silhouette
(1967)
Filigree (1971)
Regency Gold (1972)
Woodland Silver (1975)
Woodland White (-)
Gingham (1977+?)

Mermaid Rose (1963)
Anemone (1965-)
Silhouette (1967, design)
Summer (1967)
Clematis (1971)
Dahlia (1973)
Daisy (1970)
Hedgerow (1973)
Honeysuckle (1971)
Sovereign Rose (1972)
Blossom (1975)
Viola (1978)
Summer Melody (1978)
Bouquet (1979, x4)
Bamboo (1979)
Yellow Rose (- )
Wild Rose (-)
Yasmin (1980?)
Royal Bride (poss.)
Country Lane (poss.)

Hellenic (1961)
Grantleigh (1980)
Fragonard (pict)
Grey Dawn (smoke grey)
Glacier (1970, clear glass in Cotswold texture)
Golden Spray (1970)
Ocean Spray (1970)

Modernist Floral

Canterbury (1973)
Columbine (1974)
Lotus (c.1973)

Intaglio

White: Cut Pearl (1957)
Ruby:
Blue:

Flemish
Hammered
Maxine
Stippolyte

Also sprayed: pink?

Carnival (1970s)

Dimpled
Hammer
Chisel
Bark
Plain

Colours: Amber, Blue, Green, Red, Clear

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