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Spanish Garden

Spanish Garden was Midwinter's most popular design of the sixties. Introduced in 1966, it was in production for 16 years.

Designed by their greatest and most consistent designer, Jessie Tait, its almost psychedelic swirling leaves took its inspiration from some textiles and heralded the start of the pottery's flirtation with flower power.

Spanish Garden was produced on a more modern shape for the sixties - designed by the Marquess of Queenbury in collaboration with Midwinter's owner, Roy Midwinter. Fine, as it was known, was meant to compete with the bone china being produced by other potteries and move away from their flowing lines of the fifties.

Later, the design was introduced onto a range of co-ordinated homewares.

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