Harder to Source 1950s MIDWINTER Quite Contrary Pattern. Four Shallow Bowls. Designed by Jessie Tate, c 1957
Harder to Source 1950s MIDWINTER Quite Contrary Pattern. Four Shallow Bowls. Designed by Jessie Tate, c 1957
Harder to Source 1950s MIDWINTER Quite Contrary Pattern. Four Shallow Bowls. Designed by Jessie Tate, c 1957
Harder to Source 1950s MIDWINTER Quite Contrary Pattern. Four Shallow Bowls. Designed by Jessie Tate, c 1957
Harder to Source 1950s MIDWINTER Quite Contrary Pattern. Four Shallow Bowls. Designed by Jessie Tate, c 1957
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Harder to Source 1950s MIDWINTER Quite Contrary Pattern. Four Shallow Bowls. Designed by Jessie Tate, c 1957

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This pattern dates to around 1957 - and is a fantastic piece of mid-century modernist British ceramics.

This is one of Midwinter's harder to find patterns - called Quite Contrary, and it was designed by Jessie Tait - as annotated on the base of each bowl.

They are each 7 ½ inches in diameter.

Three are in really good vintage condition with no nasty chips or cracks. Sadly the fourth in my little set seems to have a discoloured scratch of the base (as photographed) - it might bleach down - but I have not attempted that.

Each good plate is priced at a fair £10 each; and the one with the condition issue has a £5 price tag - so £35 for the set shown here.

I am also listing four matching plates on my site - would try and get some postal discounts on these it you want the two sets.