Fresh out of the kiln!
The decals I use are vintage, acquired from a shut down pottery in the north of England. They used to be the sort of thing that would grace commemorative mugs and dinnerware. No more. I showed some of my work to the people I got the decals from, and they said they didn't mind the sacrilege. Their time is over, and they are glad the decals can have another life.
I know it's hard to gauge size here. They range from about 4 inches to about 12 inches across.
And again in a smaller version. It's very different on porcelain. I find myself looking at the white space more.
These Victorian lovers get to stay whole. Small.
V9G clay, a doily impressed when the slay was wet, dark glaze down in the grooves, clear glaze over it, and decals that coordinate with the browns. Medium.
Small and flowery.