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At a local auction, I picked up two 19th century soup bowls in the Asiatic Pheasants pattern.Both bowls were cracked, but still useable and I got the pair for only !
The tale is no more than a 19th century merchandising scheme. The British Isles do not have a monopoly on Blue Willow.
A great many pieces produced after 1930 were made in Japan and various other parts of the world. Over the years I’ve purchased pieces from several of the tens of thousands of patterns available.
There are some real buys out there, especially if one doesn’t mind a bit of damage.
Like many, my first introduction to transferware was Blue Willow.
The pattern is the most widely recognized and probably the most common as well.