Much is still to be discovered about Bay glazes. This section details some of the known information.
Folk Decor – this refers to a moulded pattern which was glazed in a number of different colours.
Blu Rimini by Bitossi – Some Bay items have a décor very reminiscent of Blu Rimini produced by Bitossi. Aldo Londi (1911-2003) produced the Blu Rimini décor whilst working for Bitossi. Blu Rimini comprised an impressed pattern with blue/green glaze (occasionally other colours were used such as orange or brown) and is now regarded as a classic mid century modern design. This design was introduced by Bitossi in the 1950s and it would appear that Bay copied or at least took inspiration for this design in creating some of their own decors. (Bitossi top row, Bay bottom row)
Arctic decor – The name is unknown but a range of Bay items were produced with a moulded pattern which contains refernces to polar regions.
Korsika glaze and the first fat lava series (F) produced by Bay (1966-1968) (on form numbers 563 to 571).