Ring of Ovals (24 Series) was made over a long period of time, at least into the 1930s Deco period. According to Gary Workman issued in 1929, examples are found in amber, with or without an applied frit crinkle treatment on specific the upper panels (leaving the ovals plain), which is far more typical of mid-30s production. Other colours include emerald green, pastel green, lettuce green (non-fluorescent), rosalin (pink), flint (clear), citron and pastel blue.
Pieces available include:
- 8.5″ crimped dish (#2411)
- 7.5″ comport (#2470);
- 5″ and 6″ (#2410A) nappies, and
- 8″ salver (#2475).