The most popular old Aynsley china patterns include Cottage Garden, Pembroke and Wild Tudor. Cottage Garden plates come with or without a swirl, but all pieces have a pattern of flowers and butterflies.
Other Cottage Garden pieces include luncheon and salad plates, footed cup and saucer sets, bread and butter plates, footed mugs, sugar bowls with and without lids, and creamers. There are also oven-to-table casseroles, tureens with lids, oval serving platters and sandwich trays.
Wild Tudor plates have a pattern of roses, thistles and other flowers and are swirled. This pattern has the same pieces as Cottage Garden, along with tea bowls, gravy boats, and salt and pepper shakers. Pembroke pieces have a pattern of flowers and birds in the center and gold rims.