Undecorated bone china could be purchased by china sellers, who provided customers with a range of samples and illustrations of decorative motifs. At that time, it was known as Stoke China Cushion and Cushion
Pottery is the exact pattern, dating with set. Davenport's most popular pattern number is "6" - the "Flying Bird" design - now very sought-after. They did launch into the new material with gusto and their Imari pattern has achieved world status as one of the classics of antique bone china. Early bone china, particularly from minor manufacturers, may have small black flecks apparent in the paste Hughes Sadly the great depression saw the end of the company and it closed in His idea was to emulate the quality of Royal Doulton elegant antique bone china lady figures.