Without a doubt, one of my favorite recent finds when it comes to modern dinnerware patterns, this is one of the few Op-Art patterns I've run across, manufactured in the late 1960s or first half of the 1970s.
To make it more interesting, it was produced by Johnson Brothers, a solid and respectable but generally uninspired and uninspiring mid-level Staffordshire pottery,
The pattern is on Johnson Bros's Snowhite black, a crisp, Modern set of forms in a pure white pottery body. This line is decorated with solid-color glazes and lithographic color transfers, which were a new process in the 1960s. The design of the Roma decoration is pure English modern, in a medium, almost pea green and medium blue, in a series of abstract circles and rectangles.
These are the mugs in this pattern. They're a simplified version of the pattern (as there's no room for the decals), with green sides and white tops/interiors.
Size: 3.675" tall, 3" in diameter at mouth.
Condition: no wear or damage.
Price is per mug.
Item ID: 4058
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