Heritage pattern by Ridgway Pottery
Ridgway's "Heritage" pattern merged Canadian history and colorful dinnerware. Manufactured by Ridgway Pottery of Staffordshire England in the 1960's, the earthenware pieces feature hand applied colors on a dark green transfer. "Heritage" pattern was adapted from a series of sketches and sepia watercolors composed by William Henry Bartlett, then a twenty-nine year old english artist. See our ebay piece guide by clicking on one of our Heritage photos.
Heritage pattern by Ridgway Pottery - Dessert bowl - 5 1/4" - Wigwam in the Forest
Heritage pattern by Ridgway Pottery - Cereal or Soup bowl - 6" - Citadel of Kingston
Heritage Pattern by Ridgway Pottery - round serving bowl - 8" - A Market Place Quebec
Heritage Pattern by Ridgway Pottery - Dinner plate - 9 7/8" - Fish Market Toronto
Heritage pattern by Ridgway Pottery - Bread plate - 6 3/4" - The Rideau Canal Bytown. Bytown is now Ottawa Ontario Canada.
Heritage pattern by Ridgway Pottery - sugar bowl with lid - 4 1/2" tall - Lake Farm on the Frontier