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Dragon Second

Pattern Category: Based on Chinese Originals

Object Type: Wares for Breakfast and Tea


  • Diameter: (Saucer) 6.25 inches


Printed in blue underglaze on a bone china saucer, this pattern is considered an unlikely choice for Spode to have produced.  According to Drakard and Holdway, it is a pattern more likely to have been associated with Davenport, Masons or Coalport.

It has a Greek key type border at the outer rim and a second circling the center pattern.  The border motif is known as 'thunder' design from unglazed Chinese pottery, c. 1300 B.C.

Drakard/Holdway Pattern Number P627

Mark Types and IDs

Transfer Printed 33