Scenes from William Combe’s The Three Tours of Dr. Syntax illustrated by Thomas Rowlandson were reproduced on a line called Emerald Deldare in 1911. These humorous pieces are harder to find than the earlier Fallowfield examples and can be quite expensive. Expect a rare humidor in this pattern to sell for more than $1,500 online, and perhaps more at an East Coast antique show where Buffalo Pottery is in demand.
In 1912, the Albino line was introduced on Deldare blanks. These featured finely painted scenes of sailboats, windmills or the sea. They were mainly rust in color and all Albino pieces were signed and numbered by the artist creating each particular scene, as were Deldare and Emerald Deldare pieces. Albino pieces are even harder to find, and most sell for hundreds if not thousands when they come on the market today.
To learn about Buffalo Pottery after 1915 and the company's marks, see page 3.