Forget-Me-Not was introduced as a new Royal Worcester giftware pattern at the 1984 NEC Spring Fair in a short range of shapes. The pink and blue pattern was an immediate success and the range was extended.

Designed by one of Royal Worcester’s finest flower painters Edward Raby, circa 1895, the original of this most English of patterns is on display the Museum.

Forget-Me-Not a scattered flower pattern reminiscent of summer days and enhanced by the fluting of the Warmstry Shape. Click here to explore the range of Forget-Me-Not fine bone china tableware in the Warmstry Shape.

Pattern number: 1500.

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