This section is from the book "Arts & Crafts Magazine Vol1-2", by Hutchinson & Company.
(See Designs on the next page.)
Begin by rubbing a few drops of turpentine over the china; then neatly trace the design, making sure the tiles join properly. First paint the flowers a delicate pink, using capucine red, putting it on thinly, and shading with a darker tint of the same-colour. For the stamens use red-brown and put in the dots with yellow. Before putting in the centres, the under tint must be allowed to dry thoroughly. Paint the stems forming the circles with yellow-brown, and outline them with dark-brown No. 4. Use the same colour for the ground
Top of the Cover of the Rose Jar within the circles, adding a little flux to it. The running design and dots forming the groundwork must be put in with the same dark brown.
Simple Rose Motive for Tile Decoration. By A. B. Bogart.
Conventionalised Rose Design. By Miss Jean W. Inglis.