Collection: Johnson Brothers Eternal Beau China

Johnson Brothers Eternal Beau China

The Eternal Beau pattern was designed for Johnson Brothers by Sarina Mascheroni, a renowned home furnishings designer and remains one of the most popular heritage china pattern produced by Johnson Brothers. Eternal Beau was last produced in 2013, and is now collected by enthusiasts of the design. A collection of Eternal Beau is housed in the City Museum, Aberdeen.

The Eternal Beau pattern features a floral garland tied in ribbon transfer printed underglaze with the characteristic dark green rim highlight. with white centered pink flowers and green leaves. Eternal Beau china is characterised by its romantic and traditional appearance. As well as tableware, cook ware, dinner and tea wares, Eternal Beau was produced in a variety of vases and kitchen storage items.

Johnson Brothers eternal Beau china used the Heritage range Octagonal mold shape, familiar to fans of Johnson Brothers products from the late 20th Century. The same shape was used across the entire heritage range of designs originating from the factories including the Johnson Bros "Heritage White" "Madison" "Lemon Tree" and "Fresh Fruits" patterns.

Eternal Beau patternin 1981 as part of their Heritage range of stoneware china and it was produced up until 2013. Eternal Beau J & G Meakin Eagle Pottery works. After 2003 all production was moved to China. Late pieces produced after this and until 2013 can be identified by the lack of the "Made In" element on the backstamp which was printed simply Johnson Bros England 1883.

Eternal Beau remains one of the most widely recognised China pattern in England to this day and serviced the dinner tables of a whole generation growing up in the 1980s, 90s and early 2000s