ornaments-of-the-world
ornaments-of-the-world:

'Caribbean', Midwinter Pottery by robmcrorie on Flickr.Via Flickr:
A great design from Jessie Tait, mid 1950’s. This was one of the first uses of the Murray Curvex printing system which allowed transfers to be placed accurately on curved surfaces. The transfer was passed onto onto a ‘bomb’, of rubber, gelatine or similar flexible substance shaped to match the article being printed. This then placed the transfer without any wrinkles or creases. In this case, the yellow is an enamel added by hand on top of the transfer.

ornaments-of-the-world:

'Caribbean', Midwinter Pottery by robmcrorie on Flickr.

Via Flickr:
A great design from Jessie Tait, mid 1950’s. This was one of the first uses of the Murray Curvex printing system which allowed transfers to be placed accurately on curved surfaces. The transfer was passed onto onto a ‘bomb’, of rubber, gelatine or similar flexible substance shaped to match the article being printed. This then placed the transfer without any wrinkles or creases. In this case, the yellow is an enamel added by hand on top of the transfer.