Wedgwood Ceramics, Fairyland Lustre made by Makeig-Jones, placed on a taxidermy of Lady Amherst Pheasant Bird. Makeig-Jones’ Cocktail Hour. September 2017. The photograph was created for the article for T; When Wedgwood Showed a Wilder Side. The wild side of Wedgwood's history is little known but larger than life. Here, a stack of subversive styles produced between the 19th and 20th centuries shown which are known as Makeig-Jones' Fairyland Lustre. Daisy Makeig-Jones is known as an eccentric porcelain designer who drew goblins and floating fairies in neon landscape on her pottery. During the early 20’s, as the dark shadow of war was starting to take over in Europe, her surreal designs were hailed as, “escapist stuff, real fantastical", and helped Wedgwood to flourish. However, as the economy turn downward in the 30’s, her art nouveau, fairy luster style became passé and was replaced with more austere and functional designs.