I felt I should write about them instead as I’d recently taken a 5 month or so hiatus from blogging. I did promise to share it today though, so here it is! I took the liberty of naming it “Monica’s Herbs De Provence Vegetable Beef Stew” for and after my sister-n-law who made it for some of my kids and hers one night in January when we’d gone over for a visit. She was busy chopping up all these veggies, throwing them into a big stock pot of yumminess and when I asked about it she just said she chops a bunch of this, a handful or two of that, a can of that, some of this, etc. That’s my kind of cooking but of course it can be difficult to tell someone else how it’s made. I do believe I’ve got it down though and it will be easy for you to make yourself. I’ve made it three times since January including day before yesterday. It’s been referred to as the bomb diggity every time.
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Leuchtenbhurg China Very pretty antique child’s cup with cute graphics of a boy and girl with two animals, a sheep and goose. Marked on underside “Leuchtenburg Germany” with a graphic of a castle turret. From the style and type, we believe this to be an antique piece minimally a vintage child’s cup , likely dating to the early ‘s. This was found out of a home. The multi-color graphics encircle about half the cup with the remainder left blank.
The order on the cup shows the white sheep first, followed by the boy dressed in what may be a shepherd’s type outfit as he is carrying a curved shepherd’s staff and wearing a broad-rimmed hat, followed by a white goose, and ending with a girl in a bonnet and skirt carrying what looks like a plate or dish of bread or simple cake.
Churchill China Company is an English firm with roots dating back over years. It is actually several companies in one. Myott/Myott Meakin is another dinnerware manufacturer located in the Staffordshire area of England. They specialized in hotel and restaurant dinnerware. TEPCO pottery is very popular today, especially the patterned.
Your Pottery Questions – and Answers On this page are the third series of questions that our ceramics expert Clive Hillier is dealing with from his pottery messageboard. Keep checking to find out if he has answered YOUR question! We have so many hundreds of questions to our pottery expert Clive Hillier that he can only answer them one way – by talking his way through the answers! The messages in bold below have been answered. Click on the audio link below to and hear Clive talk through the answers to the questions on this page The base colour is dark blue.
There is a pitted gold based pattern approx. On the gold base are pale green leaves and cream flowers. On the base of the vase,next to the Royal Doulton sign,are the numbers Also on the base is what appears to be the letters R S and the numbers If you can tell me anything about this vase,I would be most appreciative. It has a square handle and the shape of the pot is a hexagonal cut from top to bottom.
Flow Blue China
Abstract This paper argues that the search for an identifiably and quantifiably British style in British ceramics formed a key aspect of the post-war reconstruction of its pottery industry. It seeks to demonstrate that this process was as much about sweeping away internal structures and the boundaries that acted as barriers to change as it was about a reaction to the economic necessities of the s and early s. The paper will show that in order to understand this process we must understand the mechanisms by which the pottery industry evaluated the role of design within manufacturing and marketing processes.
“Dating alfred meakin marks” “Copeland Spode Backstamps to present. There have been over recorded backstamps from about to the present and some representative marks are shown: – – WT Copeland: – Present – Spode.
This page is just an archive now We have so many hundreds of questions to our pottery expert Clive Hillier that he can only answer them one way – by talking his way through the answers! The messages in bold below have been answered. Click on the audio link below to and hear Clive talk through the answers to the questions on this page There may not be sufficient information to reply. It’s helpful if you can give details of size, descriptions, patterns and markings, as well as clues of where the piece originated from.
Can you tell me anything about it? The markings are as follows: Tgher is a makers stamp but this is illegible. It is matt finish like jasper ware, it has been in the family since before – can you identify it or any idea of value? Do you know a reputable valuator in Doncaster? Listen your reply from Clive by clicking on the audio link on the right of this page.
J. & G. Meakin
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Collecting Pottery Sylvac cat People have admired fine china pottery for centuries, but collecting ordinary domestic pottery and local wares is a more recent interest.
ALFRED MEAKIN THE Hayride Milkjug & Sugarbowl – EUR 13, Alfred Meakin The Hayride Milkjug & Sugarbowl A beautiful Vintage Alfred Meakin China Trio. “The Hayride” pattern. Dating from to early ‘s. The pattern is a classic English scene of a Shirehorse pulling a laden haycart down a country lane, with the drover and his family in tow.
This printed mark was also used from c. This ‘S printed mark has J. This printed mark was used from c. The Registration number was also used from These standard printed mark dates from to Above the crown in the first picture being the pattern name. This printed mark was introduced in the ‘s with ‘Italian Scenery being the pattern name. This printed mark was introduced in and used there after. Hollandia being the pattern name.
This printed mark was introduced in and used there after till These printed mark was used from and there after.
CATALOGUE DATE ss: Collectable
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Flow Blue is highly collectible, antique blue-and-white china. The vintage dishware was most popular during the Victorian era and has experienced several surges of renewed popularity in the past 45 years. Flow Blue is a type of antique china called transferware. The production of this attractive dishware produces a gentle, hazy quality in the design that was originally a mistake. The brilliant white background contrasts with the beautiful cobalt blue color of the decoration.
The rich blue patterns, hand-painted on a bright white background, were very expensive and limited to the wealthier class. It took over years for English potters to duplicate the salt-glazed earthenware that created the brilliant white background, along with the application of cobalt oxide that made the Oriental blue patterns so attractive. In the late s, English potters created a technique for imprinting a design on china called transferware: A copper plate is engraved with a design and heated.
Cobalt oxide is applied onto the engraved copper plate.
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Dating China Pottery Dating China Pottery Generally, dating a piece of Belleek is fairly easy although there are a few things to look out for. Belleek tended to mark all of the Parian China and Earthenware. Starting in , England has offered registration of it’s decorative designs for pottery, china, wood, paper, pottery, china, porcelain, glass and more. By using the information below you can find the date a design was registered.
Not every piece registered was marked. Pottery Articles of Interest Pottery Dating.
In the tableware division was moved temporarily to the J. & G. Meakin Eagle Pottery Works. In , Johnson Brothers products ceased to be manufactured in Britain and the process was transferred to China, sadly, which as I have said before, saw the end of an era as their is only one pottery left in England today producing transferware.
Leeds, West Yorkshire, Ships to: Dating from to early ‘s. The pattern is a classic English scene of a Shirehorse pulling a laden haycart down a country lane, with the drover and his family in tow. All round the rims are gilded also the jug handle. The Milkjug stands 7cm tall with an open top diameter of 8. Please pay as soon as possible, just kindly let me know if there is a likely delay. If no payment or response from you has been received after 7 days from date of sale, the item could be relisted.
Porcelain & Pottery
The pottery company was founded in and based out of England. Several lunch pails were also found and were likely used with the pottery plate. Another part of lunch is a drinking cup, which was also found during the Marston renovations.
Withernsea Pottery A piece of pottery at my mum’s house. This medium-sized jug is in the form of a brown tree-trunk with a swathe of large green leaves across the upper portion and arching down to the base to provide the jug handle.
A place to find out about pottery, the history of pottery, flowers, butterflies, cakes, afternoon tea This medium-sized jug is in the form of a brown tree-trunk with a swathe of large green leaves across the upper portion and arching down to the base to provide the jug handle. One large prominent knot feature in the trunk is highlighted with yellow. Added to the right side on a basal plinth is a large fawn in a seated pose. The fawn is reddish-brown in colour with a white face.
The stencilled eyes are black.