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Ye Old Chinese Willow Blue and White China

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Ye Old Chinese Willow Blue and White China

Ye Old Chinese Willow A G Harley Jones produced earthenware in Stoke on Trent at the Royal Vienna Art Pottery in Fenton between 1907 and 1934 and among their best recognised pieces are their YeOldChineseWillow design take on the classic willow pattern china produced under the wilton ware brand. These two graduated blue and white china meat platters date from around 1930 and show the characteristic rich blue transfer pattern with feature cross hatched gilt inner surround. They are ideal for entertaining and make a great vintage blue and white serving platter for parties and roast dinners. Also ideal serving platters...

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Colclough China

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Colclough China

A guide to vintage and antique Colclough bone china. Colclough china was manufactured for around 100 years so there is lots of it about and lots of different Colclough china marks and patterns. Colclough china was also manufactured under lots of different factory marks. We hope you will find this quick guide to the Colclough china factories and dates helpful and interesting.

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Asiatic Pheasant China 1891

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Asiatic Pheasant China 1891

One of our favourite additions to the blue and white china collection this week is this gorgeous Asiatic Pheasant blue and white antique china meat platter. It is quite a rare piece, dating from around 1891 and was made by the British Anchor Pottery Company Ltd in Longton Staffordshire. See the  Antique blue and white china Asiatic Pheasant platter here

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Blue and white china willow pattern

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Blue and white china willow pattern

Blue and white china willow pattern Blue Willow china made in England was one of the most popular and identifiable design elements of blue and white china produced during the 18th and 19th century in the Staffordshire potteries. The Old willow Pattern is based on the Chinese fable of an eloping couple transforming into doves became of one the most identifiable design elements of 18th 19th and 20th century blue and white earthenware and porcelain china. The design is first seem in 1780 introduced by Minton and inspired by earlier Chinese designs. The Willow Pattern was produced by multiple factories, all with subtle variations, both...

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Vintage Sadler Ginger Jar China Tea Caddies

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Vintage Sadler Ginger Jar China Tea Caddies

James Sadler are better know for their teapots, many of which are superb collectors pieces and increasingly hard to find. Recently added to our Sadler china collection are these ginger jar style china tea caddies, produced by the company during the 1950's and 1960's. The design and decoration are all based on chinese ginger jars, but at just five and  a half inches tall these were intended for use as decorative tea caddies. Three designs are currently our James Sadler china collection.

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