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'Michaelmas' by Jessie Tait for Midwinter Pottery | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

'Michaelmas' by Jessie Tait for Midwinter Pottery | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

LOVELY MIDWINTER STYLECRAFT COFFEE SET in the ZAMBESI PATTERN  by JESSIE TAIT

LOVELY MIDWINTER STYLECRAFT COFFEE SET in the ZAMBESI PATTERN by JESSIE TAIT

LOVELY MIDWINTER STYLECRAFT COFFEE SET in the ZAMBESI PATTERN by JESSIE TAIT

Midwinter Pottery Toadstools pattern cup and saucer Jessie Tait (09/02/2012)

Midwinter Pottery Toadstools pattern cup and saucer Jessie Tait

J & G MEAKIN STUDIO GARDEN PARTY COFFEE POT c1973 BY JESSIE TAIT VINTAGE 70S

J & G MEAKIN STUDIO GARDEN PARTY COFFEE POT c1973 BY JESSIE TAIT VINTAGE 70S

Vintage Midwinter Coffee Cup & Saucer - Homeweave Print - Jessie Tait Design - 1950s. £16.00

Vintage Midwinter cup and saucer, Homeweave design by Jessie. Tait See more of our vintage ceramics.

1962 Midwinter Sienna by Jessie Tait - got some of this set in my loft. I need to get it out of the box.

1962 Midwinter Sienna by Jessie Tait - got some of this set in my loft. I need to get it out of the box.

Midwinter Styleware - Primavera 1954 - designed by Jessie Tait

Midwinter Styleware - Primavera 1954 - designed by Jessie Tait

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Midwinter Stylecraft Festival Pattern Tea Cup and Saucer designed by Jessie Tait

Vintage 60s 70s Retro Midwinter Jessie  Tait Country Garden Coffee Pot

Vintage 60s 70s Retro Midwinter Jessie Tait Country Garden Coffee Pot

Vintage 60s 70s Retro Midwinter Jessie Tait Country Garden Coffee Pot

https://flic.kr/p/cEFojd | 'Red Domino variant' by Jessie Tait for Midwinter Pottery | Cute little teapot, 1950's, in a happy variant of 'Red Domino'. Jessie Tait was by no means the first person to decorate tableware with spots of colour, but she got them the right size and added a tactile element with the dots standing proud, and it worked like a storm in the 1950's.

https://flic.kr/p/cEFojd | 'Red Domino variant' by Jessie Tait for Midwinter Pottery | Cute little teapot, 1950's, in a happy variant of 'Red Domino'. Jessie Tait was by no means the first person to decorate tableware with spots of colour, but she got them the right size and added a tactile element with the dots standing proud, and it worked like a storm in the 1950's.

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