What Are Some Warwick China Patterns?


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Warwick China patterns include Adam-Green, Bouquet Dresden, Dakota and Tudor Rose in blue and pink. The Adam-Green pattern features a green swag design at the rim. Bouquet Dresden, with either a scalloped or smooth edge, is a delicate multi-flower design with a gold rim. The Vienna pattern includes rose-purple flourishes at the rim with a center floral design of gold scrolls on a blue background, while the Regency Bouquet features a green, blue and yellow floral center with gold rim.

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The Tudor Rose pattern includes a floral border around a center country scene and has scalloped edges. The Indian Tree pattern has interior and exterior borders of detailed rectangles with four bunches of purple flowers and green foliage between the borders. It also features a vertical tree branch with the same flowers and foliage at the center. Warwick's Neo Classic pattern in red, blue or green features a laurel border, gold trim, a laurel garland at its center and either smooth or scalloped edges. The Regency pattern by Warwick is one of its cleaner patterns, featuring gold trim and verge on a cream background.

Warwick's manufactured several patterns for the railroads, including the Reading RR Terminal Pattern with green and red rings at the border and the Reading Terminal logo, Starucca-Reversed for the Erie Railroad and Palmetto for the Atlantic Coast Railroad. Warwick produced its China in Wheeling, West Virginia, from 1887 to 1951. In addition to patterns with names, numbers alone identify many Warwick China patterns.

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