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Johnson Brothers Eternal Beau History

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Johnson Brothers Eternal Beau History
Eternal Beau china has to be one of the most popular Johnson Brothers china patterns ever produced and is one of the iconic china patterns of the 1980's. The Eternal Beau pattern was designed Sarina Mascheroni. Eternal Beau is stoneware china and was produced by Johnson Brothers, a Staffordshire pottery, from 1981 right through until 2013 when it was discontinued. 

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Antique Flow Blue Doulton China

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Antique Flow Blue Doulton China
We love antique blue and white china and Monday's auction brought an incredible lot of antique blue and white china into our collections including this goreous Doulton soup tureen

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I saw this antique china mark, and knew I was buying this meat platter !

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I saw this antique china mark, and knew I was buying this meat platter !

I knew the minute I turned this beautiful antique blue and white china serving platter over I was going to buy it. So many of these antique pieces of china leave you guessing with no factory markings or date marks to go on, but this beautiful H N & A Classic Urn mark, although not know to me, was clearly going to make this an interesting piece of antique blue and white china to research.

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Elijah Bain Foley china in Versaille

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Elijah Bain Foley china in Versaille

Rare Elijah Bain Versaille pattern porcelain and china Crisp elegant simplicity sums up this period Foley bone china. Simple classic moulding with bright gilt over a pure white porcelain glaze. Made by Elijah Bain, some under their Foley brand and later under the Coalport brand. These pieces are extremely rare, and even harder to find in this condition, but we have a beautiful selection of dinnerware pieces for someone putting together a collection. See all our Elijah Bain vintage and antique china 

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Copeland Spode Mandarin pattern antique china coffee cans

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Copeland Spode Mandarin pattern antique china coffee cans

These pretty antique copeland spode china coffee cans can our way some time ago, but were so dirty I kept passing on them and listing other pieces of blue and white china in preference. Only when they were cleaned, washed and researched did we realise they date form between 1850 and 1867, and are in superb antique condition. An option for collectors to acquire a rare set of 4 cans and saucers for more details and to see more see antique copland spode mandarin china

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