Pattern History Asiatic Pheasants was the most popular dinnerware pattern of the Victorian era; its principal production and popularity virtually coinciding with the reign of Queen Victoria and such is its enduring charm that it is still produced in Staffordshire today. Much lighter than its dark Georgian counterpart Willow it reflected the Victorian age. Staffordshire pottery had come of age and its products no longer needed to rely on copies of chinese styles which Willow undoubtedly was; and with the spread of the railways throughout the United Kingdom this new romantic pattern proved to be far more popular.
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