Prints in other colors
Although blue remained the most popular color for printing, new colors were introduced from the 1820s. Chrome green underglaze printing was introduced at Spode in about 1822 where it was a popular color for floral prints. By 1832, shortly before the Spode family relinquished the business, an underglaze pink was prepared by adding a small amount of chrome to tin oxide, as the company changed hands in 1833 Spode pink prints are not commonly seen. It was also during the 1830s that a pale bluish-black known as Payne's grey was briefly popular, and brown resurfaced as a popular print color, particularly in the American market.
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