Gaudy Welsh is an Imari-decorated earthenware with red, blue, green, and gold decorations. Most Gaudy Welsh was made in England for the American market. Gaudy Welsh china is heavier and has more childlike coloring than Gaudy Dutch. Some of its most popular patterns include Tulip, Oyster, Sunflower, Wagon Wheel, and Grape Leaf. It was made from 1820 to about 1860.