Robert Dawson Wedgwood After Willow No. 3 Border Plate


Designer: Robert Dawson

Manufacturer: Wedgwood

Materials: Bone china tansfer printed in enamel

Country of Origin: Stoke-On-Trent, UK

Date: 2005

Dimensions: .75” H x 10.75” W x 10.75" D

Condition: Excellent

The Willow Pattern was first developed in England around 1800. It remains one of the most popular and immediately recognisable ceramic designs. Here, architectural ceramicist Robert Dawson takes elements from the iconic pattern – pagodas, Chinese figures crossing a bridge, two lovebirds – and uses digital technology to distort and make us look afresh at the familiar imagery.