References of the period:
Pottery Gazette and Glass Trades Review, March 1933 pages 321-325.
Lastly, there is a very fine range of ornamental pieces in a new style of treatment which has been christened “Byzantine.” Of this we illustrate a group of pieces. This is a class of production which no one of cultured taste would hesitate to accept and accord a worthy place in a well furnished household. The pieces are of perfectly plain shapes; and their entire surface is first tube-lined in the clay. The tracery on low relief, thus formed, is then subsequently decorated by the brush in warm colourings. Undoubtedly it is a very smart type of treatment, and one which, we feel sure, will be heartily received by the trade.