|Saucer, maker unknown, ca. 1825.|
|Enoch Wood & Sons (1818-1846) 10.5 inch plate in the so-called "Butterfly Border" series.|
|Enoch Wood & Sons 7.25 inch plate in the "Butterfly Border" series.|
|Thomas & John Hollins (1789-1809) pickle dish known as Butterfly and Flower.|
|C.M. & C.J. Mason (1813-1826) 8 inch plate "Butterfly and Mazarine Chrysanthemum" pattern.|
|W.T. Copeland (& Sons) 1847-1970 Aesthetic Movement pattern. The two-digit year impressed cypher on the back is for 1878.|
|Minton Hollins & Co. (1868-1962) 6 by 6 inch tile, ca. 1880.|
|Maker unknown, 6 by 6 inch Aesthetic Movement pattern, ca. 1880.|
I have shown you just a few patterns that feature moths and butterflies on items intended for adults. There are also many on items for children.
|Child's plate with a molded alphabet border, "I'll Be A Butterfly."|
|"The Butterfly" child's plate with a molded border. Looks as if the boy is trying to capture the butterfly.|
|Three inch plate with a butterfly pattern. Possibly part of a toy tea or dinner service.|
|"The Butterfly" child's mug, ca. 1840. Do you see the butterfly?|
|Transferware child's toy plate with butterfly.|
Below are a bunch of cups and saucers printed with moths. I was cleaning them in a tub of water.
|Transferware moths, ca. 1825.|
One more butterfly. Not pottery.