Possibly John Wood, Brownfield,
Each of inverted bell form, the blue slip field applied with sprigged ribbon-tied fringed drapery swags alternating with flowerhead medallions and bellflower husk pendants, beneath a rouletted black slip-filled checkered border and above engine-turned white vertical ribbing. Mr. Rickard has suggested John Wood as an attribution. Brownfield referred to this colour as "Sky Blue."
For a discussion regarding this garniture set and an illustration of the same set, see Jonathan Rickard, Mocha and Related Dipped Wares, 1770-1939, p. 2, fig. 10.
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