Damage to the large and small bowls (reflected in the price) but still a very attractive example of 1960s modernism, in a superb colour palette.
The forms of the Fine Range were designed and developed by the Marquis of Queensberry in collaboration with Roy Midwinter. As well as considering the forms, an improved white clay body was developed, along with a new tougher glaze. The shapes were loosely based on a milk churn – and the straight sides were the perfect vehicle for a wide range of patterns – over 60 designs were created for this series.
Mark to base: Mexicana designed by Jessie Tait Handpainted Design in Permanent Acid Resisting Underglaze Colours Midwinter Fine Tableware Staffordshire England