Most of the cups and mugs in the catalogue are from the Later Series (see list below), generally dating from 1942-45 when wartime restrictions were in force.
The image database contains just one Early Series example but this surviving fragment of a shape book shows that others were produced too. The 'saggar' referred to in the top left panel is a clay box used in the kiln during firing. 'Mr.Hawkins' is of course Reg Hawkins, one of Premier Pottery's principals and the firm's decorator. Perhaps an example of the Golf Mug might yet be found inside a trophy cabinet somewhere?
The same book also refers to a 'Tea Set' but has no sketch.
The 'A' Series was produced alongside 1950s Later Series. Production continued and expanded at Kerryl Pottery after Premier closed in 1956, but the ramekins listed above were already in production before then. For a general note on the 'A' Series click here.
Most listed above are known only from shape-book sketches. Numbered examples are recorded for A1, A2, A23, A24 and A26 only.
There were also several sugar bowls in the PPP range, most belonging to cream-jug-and-sugar-bowl sets. Most are known from shape book entries only - see Early Series numbers 56; 66; 68; 85 PPP sugar bowls for which examples are recorded are 67;69; 74.