Palissy

Body Style: Wrapped Sydenham

Biography

The syndenham body style was introduced by T & R Boote in 1853. It achieved instant popularity and thus was copied widely. The three potters (Livesley and Powell, Anthony Shaw and Edward Walley) decorated their Wrapped Sydenham versions with a variety of treatments. Collectors will find traditional Tea Leaf (Shaw) , Scallops (Walley) and Lustre Band (Livesley & Powell) motifs. FInials may also vary - Shaw may have a bud finial ahile Walley feature an acorn finial. Patton also made wares in this body style.

Naming Source: Factory Named
Manufacturing Era: 1850s
Type of Company: Potter
Type of Ware: Bath, Dinnerware
Treatments: Copper Lustre, Polychrome with Copper Lustre
Footprints/Shapes: Oval, Round

Potter: Edward Walley

Biography

Edward Walley - 1845-1858
Also: Edward Walley & Son - 1858-1862

Location: Cobridge, Staffordshire
Origins: British
Manufacturing Era: 1840s, 1850s, 1860s
Type of Company: Potter
Type of Ware: Bath, Dinnerware
Treatments: Green, Polychrome with Copper Lustre, Sunderland (Pink) Lustrerland Lustre
Body Styles:
Classic Gothic
DeSoto Shape
Full Panelled Gothic
Gothic Cameo
Grape Octagon
Niagara Shape
Wrapped Sydenham
Motifs:
Chelsea Grape
Lustre Band
Palissy
Pomegranate
Pre-Tea Leaf
Scallops
Scroll
Spokes
Star & Garter
Tea Leaf
Teaberry
Other