Hand Engraved Tableware and Coffee Sets - Royal Tudor Ware Staffordshire England, Johnson Bros., Meissen
Meissen Round Serving Plate Rose Gold
Meissen Porcelaine Picture GalleryClick thumbnail to view full-size
Collecting Hand Painted Tableware and Coffee Sets
One of my hobby is collecting coffee mugs of different famous porcelain manufacturers..
I have been searching unique designs of coffeesets in different brocante, market and online auction platform when i came across different unique hand engraved english tableware.
My favorite collection is Meissen porcelain. The first Europe porcelain manufactory founded in 1710. It has the famous cross swords trademark.
Many people worldwide have been collecting Meissen porcelain even today which can be bought in Ebay auction platform, in Antique shops and other exclusive dining set shops.
Showing Meissen Collection - 300 Years
My Favorite English Tableware
The Old Britain Castles porcelain serie of the Johnson Brothers Staffordshire England is my favorite hand engraved design. The famous color is the red and blue. The green and brown series are also unique and beautiful.
The Johnson Brothers is originaly a British manufacturer and exporter for almost over 100 years famous for producing fine china semi porcelain tableware.
The Old Britain Castles is an award winning design in 1950s and gained Royal Warrants from Queen Elizabeth II and the Queen Mother.
The serie Old Britain Castles, Old Country Scenes and other serie are still collected today.
Johnson Brothers has been operated by the Wedgwood Group since 1968.
Johnson Brothers Tableware Picture GalleryClick thumbnail to view full-size
Enoch Wedgwood Tunstall Tableware
Another beautiful Tableware serie is the Enoch Wedgwood Tunstall in many different colors to choose.
Enoch Wedgwood (Tunstall) Ltd, English Manufacturer of earthenware at Tunstall, 1965 - 1980
1965 - Wedgwood & Co was renamed Enoch Wedgwood (Tunstall) Ltd
1980 - was taken over by Josiah Wedgwood & Sons, who renamed it Unicorn Pottery.
Enoch Wedgwood Tunstall Tableware Picture GalleryClick thumbnail to view full-size
Ridgway Staffordshire Windsor Porcelain Picture GalleryClick thumbnail to view full-size
Royal Tudor Staffordshire
Coaching Taverns 1828
Royal Tudor Ware Staffordshire England
Hand Printed underglaze Permanent Colours
Royal Tudor can be bought in different series and colors from dining sets to coffee sets.
Royal Tudor Staffordshire Coaching Taverns Picture GalleryClick thumbnail to view full-size
Ridgway Staffordshire England Windsor Porcelain
A beautufl English tableware with attractive colorful hand engraved with flower and bird motive with different colors of green/red, red, blue.
Dishwasher resistant, detergent proof.
Collecting Myott Tableware
Myott Son & Co. Alexander Pottery has many beautiful designs, valuable pattern books and records that were destructed by a great fire of the company in 1949. The fire cause the lost of many informations that has stunted the growth of the company in the world of Art Deco.
Myott Son & Co. Ltd., a family run business based, established in 1898 at the Alexander Pottery in Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, in the North of England.
Ashley Myott, who's family originated in Switzerland has taken over The Alexander Pottery at the age of nineteen after the death of George Thomas, his boss, who managed the Pottery in 1888 producing earthware goods from three ovens.
Ashley Myott's brother Sydney Myott became his business partner. They built five-oven factory - the Brownfield's Works in Cobridge, north of Stoke-on-Trent .
In 1925, they extended their works to the adjacent Upper Hanley pottery (purchased from Grimwades) and formed a collective Alexander Potteries.
In 1949 the company moved to the larger Crane Street Pottery, Hanley (perhaps as a result of the fire) and in 1969 were bought out by Interpace an American corporation based in Parsippany, New Jersey, who were at the time the largest manufacturer of tableware in the USA. The Myott name was retained and in 1976 the company merged with Alfred Meakin Ltd, who were based in Tunstall, to form Myott-Meakin Ltd. In 1989 the name Myott-Meakin (Staffordshire) Ltd. was adopted as a result of an acquisition by Melton Modes. In June 1991 the company was ‘swallowed’ by the Churchill Group of potteries. ( source Myott Club)
Myott Dining Sets Gallery PicturesClick thumbnail to view full-size
English Ironstone Stafforshire Limited Edition Picture GalleryClick thumbnail to view full-size
Where to Buy
* Ebay Auction Platform
* Internet Website of the Manufacturer
* Antique Shop