Beaded Peacock Tail, Brockwitz
Year(s) of Production: Circa 1905-1907
Pattern Description: Rows of closely graduated arcs (peacock tails) are separated by rows of beads.
Similar Patterns: Fenton Peacock Tail, Millersburg Peacock Tail Variant, Northwood Nippon
This pattern of panels of arcs separated by a row of beads is found on bowls that are usually mounted on a metal base and called a compote (or sometimes put on an ornate stand like the Goddess of Athena). They are ruffled with a sawtooth edge, they are usually 9 1/2″ to 10″ across and have a plain back.
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