Multi coloured tiny flowers decorate the Wild Flower Meadow pattern and they all blend in and match
other blue, red and green patterns. All the little elements are positioned and sponged into place by hand
and eye: not an easy feat! It sits beautifully with other Nicholas Mosse patterns and lends a different texture to a setting.
Nicholas Mosse wanted to offer collectors a pattern that combined existing floral colors and patterns with a comtemporary look. Wildflower Meadow brings together old rose, pansy and tulip in a sophisticated design. One of the most challenging patterns to paint by hand, it retains all the spontaneity of 18th Century spongeware. Set on a wood table, it makes a striking statement. ~ Ann Marie