Between 1915 and 1930 Daisy Makeig-Jones designed for Wedgwood a popular lustreware based on imagery from Victorian childrens’ books aptly called “Fairyland Lustre.” The detailed ornamental ware, a far cry from the soberly coloured classically inspired jasperware for which Wedgwood is so well known, became hugely popular in the 1920s as people looked for fantasy and escape in the wake of the horrors of WW I.