I have two bowls, marked Heritage, Myott, Genuine Handcrafted, England, W.u.p11.4.u.and one has a blue letter E and the other I-any information ?
Jenny <JennyRB@aol.com>
Chilton, WI USA - Monday, March 04, 2002 at 14:15:19 (PST)
I have a milk pitcher,cups and saucers marked crownford china co.inc straffordshire England Calico #7 (brown chinz) Any nfo would be apprecated. Thanks
sandra <sandraandandtom@cox.net>
el cajon, ca usa - Tuesday, February 26, 2002 at 18:26:30 (PST)
Would like to know pattern name Johnson Brothers Royal semi-porcelain. White background with soft green ferns and pink small flowers. Flowers look like cherry blossoms or cosmos.
winomad <lindar@ez-net.com>
Gillett, wi usa - Sunday, February 24, 2002 at 08:27:11 (PST)
I just bought a jug and it has W.W.R. & co., Staffordshire on the bottom. Also 98. Does this mean anything to you? Thanks for your help. Kim
Kim Green <Greenbirk@aol.com>
UK - Sunday, February 24, 2002 at 02:45:15 (PST)
I just bought a jug and it has W.W.R. & co., Staffordshire on the bottom. Also 98. Does this mean anything to you? Thanks for your help. Kim
Kim Green
UK - Sunday, February 24, 2002 at 02:43:31 (PST)
I have a dinner plate with the writing Bird of Paradise and Imperial Ware on the back. Could someone help me to identify this plate. Thanks.
Terry Sammon <tsammon57@hotmail.com>
SAult Ste Marie, Ontario Canada - Thursday, February 21, 2002 at 12:08:28 (PST)
I have W.H. Grindley pieces that are double gold trimmed with blue between. There are also blue swirls with what appear to be a cluster of three 'clovers' (on the dessert dish there are five clusters.) I am trying to find the name of the pattern. I have several pieces including gravy boats, platters, dinner plates, a pitcher and more. I would like to identify the pattern and know the worth of the pieces. Thank you very much for your help. Margaret
Margaret Flanagan <MadgesCo@aol.com>
Saugus, Ma USA - Wednesday, February 20, 2002 at 18:19:22 (PST)
Good Day, I collect W.H. Grindley "Clarence". I only have afew but my wife and I choose this pattern when we first got married. Any information in locating suppliers would be welcome. I live in Maine and I have never found any since moving here. Thank you
Greg Podgurski <gpodgur@hotmail.com>
UK - Saturday, February 16, 2002 at 08:34:04 (PST)
information on john maddock&sons 1 serving plate made in england called the old rose please any info would be great thanks cool site
ruth graf <babyruu717@aol.com>
watsonville, cali united states - Friday, February 15, 2002 at 07:47:57 (PST)
would like to know anything about j.k.w.carlsbad decore have six set teaset gold inlaid from europe dad brought it back when he was in world war 2 would like to know about when it was made and worth for insurence reasons thankyou ruth graf
ruth graf <babyruu 717 @aol.com>
watsonville , california united states - Friday, February 15, 2002 at 07:31:05 (PST)
is there a email adress for the chelesea flower show and what are the dates thanks
a schuebert <aschubert77024@yahoo.com >
houston, tx usa - Thursday, February 14, 2002 at 17:33:04 (PST)
I am looking for dishes by Myott Son & Company LTD and the pattern is "Bountiful" it has blue flowers and fruit in a basket on an ivory or white background. Any help on this would be appreciatede. I have one piece, a cream pitche. It really is a beautiful piece.
Connie Williams <cfw912@aol.com>
Bridgman, MI United States - Wednesday, February 13, 2002 at 18:38:15 (PST)
Beautiful site! All the easy-to-access pictures give a good overview for the beginner. I also keep getting an error message trying to register. Please put me on your e-mail list. Thanks.
Faith Kaltenbach <faithkaltenbach@prodigy.net>
Rio Rancho, NM USA - Sunday, February 10, 2002 at 07:43:30 (PST)
I have six plates with birds of various kinds and they are marked Stinthal China on the back. Can you tell me anything about these plates--the date they were made, where they were made etc.
Marilyn Kurn
UK - Tuesday, February 05, 2002 at 19:58:52 (PST)
I have six plates with birds of various kinds and they are marked Stinthal China on the back. Can you tell me anything about these plate--the date they were made, where they were made etc.
Marilyn Kurn
UK - Tuesday, February 05, 2002 at 19:58:03 (PST)
I have a set of dishes that are bone colored with pink flowers wrapped with a lavendar ribbon.they are stamped SOL391413J&G Meakin England.I have various pieces and was wondering possibly their name and value,if any.They were my husbands grandma's.She herself has been gone for more than 20years.Any help?
melissa <mack@monarch.net>
medicine hat, alberta canada - Monday, February 04, 2002 at 09:15:43 (PST)
Have a plate of Rowland & Marsellus.. blue & white with marking Faneuil Hall,"Boston from The Harbor"....Staffordshire England. Would you be able to date it also give an approximate value? Thank you
Mitzie <Blamithen @ AOL .com>
UK - Saturday, February 02, 2002 at 12:53:00 (PST)
Good site for china ware
Mitzie <Blamithen @ AOL.com>
usa - Saturday, February 02, 2002 at 12:48:43 (PST)
I'm trying to find information on W.H. Grindley china pattern The Victory. Does anyone have any information regarding this china? History? Value? Age? Thanks!
Robin <Rrgriffin1@aol.com>
UK - Friday, February 01, 2002 at 18:47:25 (PST)
I made a mistake in my prevous post as to the pattern on the MYOTT SON&CO. LTD dishes. It is actually a blue line circling the rim with a swirl pattern of blue and brown below the rim.
Barb <rlindsay@mergetel,com>
NF, ONT Canada - Thursday, January 31, 2002 at 10:18:10 (PST)
I have recently accuired a set of MYOTT Son&Co Ltd dishes that sound simalar to a previous post of Jan 28th 2002 By H. Kohlen. Mine however have 4 brown swrills between the blue ones and are numbered 2200F. I was also wondering their age and value. Thank you
Barb <rlindsay@mergetel,com>
NF, ONT Canada - Thursday, January 31, 2002 at 10:09:20 (PST)
We are on the lookout for WEDGWOOD PHOEBE PATTERN CHINA in FLOW BLUE. Does anyone have any for sale?
Jim <martaak@hotmail.com>
Peterborough, Cambs UK - Thursday, January 31, 2002 at 06:53:14 (PST)
My Mom has the plates she used as a child (she was born in 1951) and we are wondering their possible age and worth. On the bottom is B then a crown then MYOTT SON & CO. LTD. Made in England. Hand painted. 2177B written and 644 indented in the bottom. The are a light creamy colour and have 1 blue and 2 brown lines circling the plate's rim. Also have a couple of platters to match. Thank you!
H. Kohlen <hkohlen@kpmg.ca>
UK - Monday, January 28, 2002 at 09:18:44 (PST)
I just purchased a pitcher that is blue and white the pattern name is Doreen. The markings on this pitcher are W.H. Grindley, England. It reads patent Feb 16, 97. The original owner said that she had it for 20 years. I would like to know if anyone might know the age. It's lovely pitcher but I am questioning its age. Thank you for your response.
Karen Kallstrand <dmkksk@earthlink.net>
Arlington Hts., IL USA - Saturday, January 26, 2002 at 09:11:46 (PST)
My retired Uncle purchased an piece of pottery recently that he believes to be old and collectable. He isn't sure and asked me to see what I could find out about it. I'm not a collector and know little about this, but here goes... the piece is apparently a "Pekin" with a base mark (on the bottom) of "EU". I just supposed this might be of EUropean manufacturer and maybe one of the members of your group could help in identifying this piece. He believe the piece could be over 100 years old. Thanks in advance for the help. Best regards, Will
Will Shinn <wshinn@swbell.net>
Parsons, KS USA - Tuesday, January 22, 2002 at 16:49:05 (PST)
I have a creamer and covered sugar by W.H. Grindley, The Victory pattern. Can anyone tell me its age and value? thanks.
gayle <jbmiller@primus.ca>
UK - Tuesday, January 22, 2002 at 16:42:29 (PST)
Jackie - I am looking for the Royal Crownford Christmas plates, titled "A Happy Holiday to you". I need the earlier years, 1975 - 1978, a 1987 and a 1990. Do you know of a source for these plates ?
Stephanie <stephanieoss@earthlink.net>
Abbottstown, PA USA - Sunday, January 13, 2002 at 19:35:22 (PST)
I have a stamped needlepoint,bought during WWIIThe picture is The Cornfield by John Constable R.A. Does anyone have the color chart for this picture? Is there anyplace I could write. Thanks LIZ
Liz Amos <damos@sk.sympatico.ca>
N.Battleford, Saskatchewan canada - Friday, January 11, 2002 at 19:13:56 (PST)
I have a 1923 Yule plate blue dominates the white background. Picture of a mother and 2 children. Back of plate is only stamped B&N. Brought over from Danmark many years ago by my grandmother. Looking for more information.
Elaine Veler <eveler@tampabay.rr.com>
Inverness, Florida USA - Monday, January 07, 2002 at 06:20:15 (PST)
I have a Kobenhavns Fajancefabrik 1924 Julen plate.Blue dominates the white background. Stamped with a colorless impression KF. Can any one help me with more information. Was brought over from Danmark many years ago by my grandmother.
Elaine Veler <eveler@tampabay.rr.com>
Inverness, Florida USA - Monday, January 07, 2002 at 06:16:16 (PST)
Hello: Can anyone HELP me ? I accidentally dropped and broke my spouse's lid to her treasured Burgess & Leigh Nonpareil sugar tourine (measures 8 inches in length from the end of handle to end of handle, by 3 3/4 inches in height and 4 1/4 inches wide. The lid size is appx 4 inches by appx 2 1/2 inches. I have not been a popular person in our household in the last 4 months and am living in the perverbial doghouse. Can you or anyone you know possibly help me locate a replacement lid? Any and all help is greatly appreciated! Dale Nixon
Dale Nixon <twonixons@att.net>
Kathleen, Georgia USA - Sunday, January 06, 2002 at 16:09:34 (PST)
Hello! Visit My site!
Juan Devon <supershipfr@hotmail.com>
Entertainment, - Thursday, January 03, 2002 at 19:31:50 (PST)
Hello! Visit My site!
Juan Devon <supershipfr@hotmail.com>
Entertainment, - Thursday, January 03, 2002 at 19:31:50 (PST)
Hello! Visit My site!
Juan Devon <supershipfr@hotmail.com>
Entertainment, - Thursday, January 03, 2002 at 19:31:50 (PST)
Hello! Visit My site!
Juan Devon <supershipfr@hotmail.com>
Entertainment, - Thursday, January 03, 2002 at 19:31:50 (PST)
Wow! Great job guys!
John Franco <jonnydevito@msn.net>
Entertainment, - Thursday, January 03, 2002 at 19:17:21 (PST)
Wow! Great job guys!
John Franco <jonnydevito@msn.net>
Entertainment, - Thursday, January 03, 2002 at 19:17:21 (PST)
Hola de Venesuela!
Carola Goma <carolagoma@mexx.com.mx>
Computers, - Thursday, January 03, 2002 at 19:02:13 (PST)
Hola de Venesuela!
Carola Goma <carolagoma@mexx.com.mx>
Computers, - Thursday, January 03, 2002 at 19:02:13 (PST)
Hola de Venesuela!
Carola Goma <carolagoma@mexx.com.mx>
Computers, - Thursday, January 03, 2002 at 19:02:13 (PST)
Hi, I like your site. Hope you'll drop by mine too.
J.C.Perry <jcperry@canada.com>
Personal, - Thursday, January 03, 2002 at 18:46:31 (PST)
Hi, I like your site. Hope you'll drop by mine too.
J.C.Perry <jcperry@canada.com>
Personal, - Thursday, January 03, 2002 at 18:46:31 (PST)
Hi, I like your site. Hope you'll drop by mine too.
J.C.Perry <jcperry@canada.com>
Personal, - Thursday, January 03, 2002 at 18:46:31 (PST)
Hi, I like your site. Hope you'll drop by mine too.
J.C.Perry <jcperry@canada.com>
Personal, - Thursday, January 03, 2002 at 18:46:31 (PST)
I like what you do. Thanks.
John Harvey <johnharvey@tripod.com.ve>
Personal, - Thursday, January 03, 2002 at 18:28:51 (PST)
I like what you do. Thanks.
John Harvey <johnharvey@tripod.com.ve>
Personal, - Thursday, January 03, 2002 at 18:28:50 (PST)
I like what you do. Thanks.
John Harvey <johnharvey@tripod.com.ve>
Personal, - Thursday, January 03, 2002 at 18:28:50 (PST)
I like what you do. Thanks.
John Harvey <johnharvey@tripod.com.ve>
Personal, - Thursday, January 03, 2002 at 18:28:50 (PST)
I am looking for a creamer and sugar bowl with lid for the company/pattern Myott Staffordshire "Sound of Music"
Shirley A. Cameron <shirley_cameron@ocdsb.edu.on.ca>
Ottawa, , Ont. Canada - Thursday, January 03, 2002 at 13:45:37 (PST)
I am looking for any info on a shaving mug with brush.ROYAL CROWNFORD IRONSTONE STAFFORDSHIRE,ENGLAND.Thanks Tony.
TONY <ANCURTO@DELLEPRO.COM>
NYC, NEW YORK USA - Wednesday, January 02, 2002 at 18:15:20 (PST)
Hey, Have a Happy New Year!
Done Deal <langustus@chat.ru>
Personal, - Wednesday, January 02, 2002 at 11:42:05 (PST)
Happy New Year Everybody!
El Barto Guarez <none@none.com>
Miscellaneous, - Wednesday, January 02, 2002 at 11:25:05 (PST)
Happy New Year Everybody!
El Barto Guarez <none@none.com>
Miscellaneous, - Wednesday, January 02, 2002 at 11:25:05 (PST)
Happy New Year Everybody!
El Barto Guarez <none@none.com>
Miscellaneous, - Wednesday, January 02, 2002 at 11:24:51 (PST)
Hey, thanks for great info! Take it easy...
Richard Van Hagen <richardvanhagen_junior@aol.com>
Personal, - Tuesday, January 01, 2002 at 23:38:33 (PST)

Carolynette Perego <clperego@pdq.net>
Houston, TX US - Tuesday, January 01, 2002 at 14:06:38 (PST)
Your site is great! Have a good one!
Asian Avenue <lisbethg_g@canada.com>
Miscellaneous, - Monday, December 31, 2001 at 12:39:26 (PST)
Your site is great! Have a good one!
Asian Avenue <lisbethg_g@canada.com>
Miscellaneous, - Monday, December 31, 2001 at 12:39:26 (PST)
Your site is great! Have a good one!
Asian Avenue <lisbethg_g@canada.com>
Miscellaneous, - Monday, December 31, 2001 at 12:39:26 (PST)
Si quieres las tomas y si no las dejas, aunque suelen decir que son comida de viejas.
El huevo de chocolate <lolipopadivina@orbita.starmedia.com>
Entertainment, - Monday, December 31, 2001 at 12:22:30 (PST)
Si quieres las tomas y si no las dejas, aunque suelen decir que son comida de viejas.
El huevo de chocolate <lolipopadivina@orbita.starmedia.com>
Entertainment, - Monday, December 31, 2001 at 12:22:29 (PST)
Si quieres las tomas y si no las dejas, aunque suelen decir que son comida de viejas.
El huevo de chocolate <lolipopadivina@orbita.starmedia.com>
Entertainment, - Monday, December 31, 2001 at 12:22:29 (PST)
Si quieres las tomas y si no las dejas, aunque suelen decir que son comida de viejas.
El huevo de chocolate <lolipopadivina@orbita.starmedia.com>
Entertainment, - Monday, December 31, 2001 at 12:22:29 (PST)
Nice site! Though you need more content. "When a lot of remedies are suggested for a desease, that means it cannot be cured." ....Chekhov
Anton Chekhov <antonchekhov@terra.es>
Miscellaneous, - Monday, December 31, 2001 at 12:01:44 (PST)
Nice site! Though you need more content. "When a lot of remedies are suggested for a desease, that means it cannot be cured." ....Chekhov
Anton Chekhov <antonchekhov@terra.es>
Miscellaneous, - Monday, December 31, 2001 at 12:01:43 (PST)
Nice site! Though you need more content. "When a lot of remedies are suggested for a desease, that means it cannot be cured." ....Chekhov
Anton Chekhov <antonchekhov@terra.es>
Miscellaneous, - Monday, December 31, 2001 at 12:01:43 (PST)
Nice site! Though you need more content. "When a lot of remedies are suggested for a desease, that means it cannot be cured." ....Chekhov
Anton Chekhov <antonchekhov@terra.es>
Miscellaneous, - Monday, December 31, 2001 at 12:01:43 (PST)
I have a few pieces to a Myott Staffordshire Ware set and would like to add to it. The pattern is The Brook and have been unable to fine any information about this particular pattern and where to purchase more place settings. Please help me, this was a set started for me by my father before he passed away. Thank you.
Laurie <lanot@aol.com>
New Egypt, NJ USA - Saturday, December 29, 2001 at 18:46:07 (PST)
Did you have any information on Heritage Hall Ironstone dishes Johson Bros. Georgetown Townshouses #4411 made in Staffordshire England
Elaine Sullivan <sully1 @adams.net>
Clayton, IL 62324 USA - Saturday, December 29, 2001 at 11:19:42 (PST)
I have set of dishes marked on the bottom MYOTT,SON& COLTD MADE IN ENGLAND BY H PATTERN: INDIAN TREE 6590 WOULD YOU PLEASE, TELL ME SOMETHING ABOUT MY DISHES? THANK YOU, BELLA
Bella <Akraft2000@yahoo.com>
long beach, ny usa - Thursday, December 27, 2001 at 17:28:09 (PST)
i can find no information on the geneva patteren of new wharf pottery.also below the word england is F.P.,whatdoes this mean?
joe hull <cole8775@bellsouth.net>
gaffney, sc USA - Wednesday, December 26, 2001 at 18:53:42 (PST)
Have a set of dishes marked "Hampton" Wood & Sons, Burslem, England. Can't seem to find any info, can you help? Thanks and Happy Holidays!!!
Kimberly Jordan <Micker@mhtc.net>
Hazel Green, WI USA - Monday, December 24, 2001 at 14:55:07 (PST)
My grandmother, who was born in 1899, left me two pieces of Johnson Brothers Blue Flow, Coral Patter. I am very frustrated and confused. Not only can I find no additional pieces, I can't find it listed in supposedly authoritative blue flow books that I've ordered. The only references I've found is that Kovel lists a plate being sold in 1995, and a Johnson Brothers Pattern Directory lists that the pattern was made. How can I get additional information, and where might I be able to find additional pieces? Thanks so much!
Lorrie George-Baskin <mardis214@aol.com>
Grayslake, IL USA - Friday, December 21, 2001 at 17:08:19 (PST)
My grandmother, who was born in 1899, left me two pieces of Johnson Brothers Blue Flow, Coral Patter. I am very frustrated and confused. Not only can I find no additional pieces, I can't find it listed in supposedly authoritative blue flow books that I've ordered. The only references I've found is that Kovel lists a plate being sold in 1995, and a Johnson Brothers Pattern Directory lists that the pattern was made. How can I get additional information, and where might I be able to find additional pieces? Thanks so much!
Lorrie George-Baskin <mardis214@aol.com>
Grayslake, IL USA - Friday, December 21, 2001 at 17:07:34 (PST)
Looking for saucer (or replacement cup and saucer) to match the following cup: Ridgway, Royal Vale, blue flowers (pink buds) and gold trim. Thanks!
charles whalen <charles_whalen@yahoo.com>
Geneva, NY USA - Friday, December 21, 2001 at 14:23:35 (PST)
Mt wife has a complete set of Staffordshire Liberty Blue dishes and accessories that she purchased in the early 70's. One problem: the ladle that went with the large soup tureen bowl was lost. Is there any hope of finding a replacement?
Jim Dud of Staffordshire Liberty Blue dishes and accessories that she purchased in the early 70's. One problem: the ladle that went with the large soup tureen bowl was lost. Is there any hope of finding a replacement?
Jim Dudek <james.dudek@nextiraone.com>
Marlton, Nj USA - Tuesday, December 18, 2001 at 15:35:42 (PST)
Looking to find flow blue china- Cambridge, Alfred Meakin L
Michelene Moeller <michym947@aol.com>
St. Charles, Missouri USA - Saturday, December 08, 2001 at 21:25:09 (PST)
Looking for Info on Grindley &co china set that belonged to my grandmother. Has plates, cups,saucers,pitchers, gravy pitcher,sugar bowl,etc.Excelcior pattern.We used to eat off of them on thanksgiving and other special occasions. They are now stored for over ten years.Any info ?
John Priestley Jr. <sakaraoke@hotmail>
alaska usa - Monday, December 03, 2001 at 02:21:57 (PST)
I have a large cheese dish, large blue roses on a white background, with blue edging. The mark looks like a royal crest. A lion on the left, and a unicorn on the right. In the centre is written 'Victoria' under the crown. The words Ironstone, Staffordshire, England are printed in capitals underneath the crest. Can you give me any information on maker, date and value as I haven't got a clue. Great site by the way. Many thanks. Rich
Rich Ingram <rsi1576@hotmail.com>
Stafford, Staffordshire UK - Sunday, December 02, 2001 at 11:36:56 (PST)
Hello J. I have a CAULDON "SYLVAN" Flow blue platter. I need to know when the company produced platters in the pattern.....is a rare(has a chip on rim...Thanks!
Anthony Russo <potny@warwick.net>
Middletown, NY USA - Tuesday, November 27, 2001 at 20:21:38 (PST)
My wife started collecting the Royal Crownford Christmas plates (blue) in 1987. Last year were adding some trim work in our kitchen and unfortunately I broke the 1996 plate. Any information on where I may be able to find one would greatly be appreciated. Since my daughter was born in 1984, I would be interested in finding 1986, 1985 and 1984 as well. Thanks in advance for the information. Happy Thanksgiving!
Michael Daly <michael957@yahoo.com>
Laurel, MS USA - Thursday, November 22, 2001 at 21:02:47 (PST)
Dear Jackie: I have been buying the Royal Crownford Staffordshire Christmas Plates for my wife since we built our home in 1990. I have just received the 2001 plate. My wife also buys these plates for an aunt and a friend. I have all the years EXCEPT 1997 Christmas plate. Do you know where I could find this 1997 Christmas plate in the red color. I would like to have 2 of the red ones. My wife's friend has the blue color, and I finally found one in blue this year for her. I would sincerely appreciate any information you could give me on how to locate this particular plate. Thank you, Wendell
Wendell Cockrell <wacockre@explorecom.net>
Louisville, Winston/Mississippi USA - Sunday, November 18, 2001 at 21:41:27 (PST)
Jackie I have a beige oval plate with fluted edges, hand painted mainly with roses, gold rim/design approx 9"x6" with the markings F & Sons Ltd - MILTON - BURSLEM - ENGLAND - stamped into the plate is number 28 and hand painted number 3471 with 0 painted underneath. Is this pattern recorded anywhere & what would be the approx value? Hope you can help. Debs
debs <ahill94833@aol.com>
UK - Saturday, November 17, 2001 at 16:02:08 (PST)
Hi I have 2 teapots 1 is marked myott with a red shield & Staffordshire England cream with orange & yellow flowers. The other one is white with roses & gold handle it is stamped Choozie 54243 please can you tell me the value of these.
jenny <jen.geoff@virginnet>
crawley, sussex UK - Thursday, November 15, 2001 at 12:28:40 (PST)
Hello Jackie,My mother has a Primitive Methodist Centenary Plate made by Wood & Sons in 1907 Reg 491901 and a large plate made by W.H.Grindley & co.ltd ivory england Reg 714550.Can you tell us more about them and there value.THANKYOU
Gary weston <billyrayweso@aol.com>
Basildon, Essex UK - Sunday, November 11, 2001 at 14:36:29 (PST)
Kept getting error message when tried to leave email address to be on your mailing list. Could you go ahead and add me to the list? Thanks.
Debra Darcey <pfloydddd@hotmail.com>
Easton, MD USA - Saturday, November 10, 2001 at 14:39:24 (PST)
I have some pieces of Ridgways Apple Blossom pattern dishes from the early forties which I would either like to sell or complete a set. Cannot find any values on these because they are not blue and white or famous, just beautiful.
Annette Kay <Proofprograms@aol.com>
Dowers Grove, IL UK - Wednesday, November 07, 2001 at 21:28:43 (PST)
HI! My mother has a full set of china which reads Argyle Royal semi porcelain WOOD & SPN ENGLAND RO NO 328742. Does this set have any value?
Wayne F Gaugler <wayne.gaugler@bethsteel.com>
Bethlehem, Pa USA - Wednesday, November 07, 2001 at 12:22:05 (PST)
Hi Jackie I have a query about some ford & sons crownford china. I have two serving dishes and one gravy bowl in a deco style, the gravy bowl has the marking L 6 4520. All in perfect condition are they of any value ? I bought them for 25 in a charity shop.
Dawn Woodgate <dawneywoman@blueyonder.co.uk>
UK - Monday, November 05, 2001 at 09:32:15 (PST)
Greetings Jackie, I have a wonderful transferware toilet set marked "floral" furnival's england. Any information you might be able to offer would be greatly appreciated (i.e. dates of mfg., possible value). The set includes shaving mug, soap dish w/cover & drain, slop jar, toothbrush holder, lg. water pitcher, covered chamber pot and wash bowl. Thanks in advance - - Jim
jim rowe <jrowe@imark-com.com>
portland, oregon usa - Wednesday, October 31, 2001 at 11:46:44 (PST)
I could not get logged on to your mailing list any help would be helpful.My wife is from england and is alway looking out for good web site to get more. thank you
william j welch <w-m-welch@webtv.net>
myrle beach, sc usa - Monday, October 29, 2001 at 08:19:09 (PST)
Hello Jackie, My name is Jackie, too. emailed a query regarding some old china I inherited back in July. Now YAHOO has mysteriously linked my name and NYCHDC's web site to your guest book. I don't for the life of me understand how this could have happened. If you could kindly assist me in undoing this, I would be most appreciative. Sorry for the inconvenience. Thank you in advance for your prompt cooperation in this matter. Jackie
Jackie Wolf-Enrione <jwolfenrione@nychdc.org>
New York, NY USA - Tuesday, October 16, 2001 at 14:26:32 (PDT)
i have a sugar bowl with markings on the bottom john maddock& sons royal viteous england. would like to know what it is worth. please reply as soon as possible. thank,s
daniel michalak <oldbuzzard_53@hotmail.com>
sebring, fl usa - Sunday, October 14, 2001 at 17:12:21 (PDT)
hi can you help i have a jug and bowl could you tell me what there worth it got on ther bottom w adams& co turnstall orjginal adams border no 5544 rd no 586355.in brown writing also a teapot it has got in blue writing seaforth enoch1784 ralph1750 wood's burslem england.aney info thanks
m.stilgrove <m.stilgrove@bushinternet.com>
london, kent UK - Monday, October 01, 2001 at 13:34:48 (PDT)
Hi Jackie, We have a substantial collection of CHELESEA IVORY by GRINDLEY & CO. Originally they belonged to the women that employed my great grandmother. These dishes are yellow, blue, grey and black on an ivory background with a gold trim round the edge. I would love to know more about this set. Does anyone have information?
S. Weisener <paul.weisener@sympatico.ca>
Mt. Albert, Ont. Canada - Sunday, September 30, 2001 at 15:44:11 (PDT)
Need info about Cauldon England Est 1774 has flowers on center and scalloped edge also green writing on back X2893A don't know anything about it can someone tell me?
sue <suecue84@hotmail.com>
st.paul, mn us - Tuesday, September 25, 2001 at 06:42:51 (PDT)
I found a china plate that is Cauldon England Est 1774 with green written X 2893A it has flowers on the center and scalloped edge
sue <suecue84@hotmail.com>
UK - Tuesday, September 25, 2001 at 06:36:50 (PDT)
How do I search your very very long page? MINERVA: Maddock & Sons, LTP, England, Shape 737954, Floral pattern with scalloped edges. Hope to purchase whole set of this pattern, but will buy piece-by-piece, if necedssary.
mjo <celadon17@aol.com>
St. Louis, MO USA - Saturday, September 22, 2001 at 21:28:04 (PDT)
I just bought two plates and wondered if anyone had any info on either one they could share. One is by Johnson Brothers, its an Indian Tree dinner plate. The other is by Staffordshire, its a cute little plate by Norma Sherman. The title is A tribute to mother. I have found other plates like it, but not with this particular picture. In this one the little boy is giving the girl a flower and he is wearing long pants. Thanks for any help!
April Baker <aprilbaker1@hotmail.com>
UK - Sunday, September 16, 2001 at 22:16:55 (PDT)
Hi I have a somewhat set of dishes that say Stinthal Crooksville china, also have tea pot, yellow and gold says Hall and is numbered ,allso W.H. Grindley, says The Hofburg. I would like to know if they are worth saving, doing some fall cleaning. thank you sybilj6
sybilj6 <lazmaster1@aol.com>
Goodells, MI USA - Saturday, September 15, 2001 at 19:36:10 (PDT)
I am trying to find out some information for my aunt. She has alot of dishes of the same patterns. They say avon semi-porclein henry alcock pottery fenton stoke on trent england with a crest(seal) on back of them. They have a gold trim and blue roses trim. I can't seem to find out andy information on them. I am trying to find out what they are worth. Can anyone help me. Thank you.
Heather <hdowell90@hotmail.com>
vestaburg, mi usa - Wednesday, September 12, 2001 at 18:10:36 (PDT)
Hi I have a bowl that says Myott, Staffordshire England on the bottom. It looks like a serving bowl in cream with a green and gold rim and various coloured flowers as well as flowers etched out on all four sides. I also have a pair of candlestick holders in the shape of a rose and these are made by Royal Winton with a marking on the bottom. Can you please give me an idea as to what their value is. Thank you.
Laurie <krog@telus.net>
UK - Monday, September 03, 2001 at 13:31:04 (PDT)
I have a set of Grindley Duchess flow blue china pattern #184834. How do I go about finding it's value? Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you
Leslie E. Lyon <Suprshrimp@aol.com>
Anaheim, Ca USA - Monday, September 03, 2001 at 11:39:36 (PDT)
I have 2 Grindley 6" plates in good condition. Scenes After Constable "The Cornfield". Could someone tell me how much they are worth or where iI can find out. Thanks Bob
R Brodie <rabrodie@pressenter.com>
RED WING, MN USA - Thursday, August 30, 2001 at 20:32:38 (PDT)
I am looking for photos on Teapots & cups..
J. Ferguson <djferguson@tenforward.com>
Wa usa - Saturday, August 25, 2001 at 09:22:29 (PDT)
Am looking for small bowls made by Royal Crownford, white with blue pattern of a cat and the word "CAT" with blue edging. Use them to feed my cats and keep getting more cats without bowls. Artist is "Sherman". Have tried former sources without success.
Jimmy Miller <millerjimmy@mindspring.com>
Raleigh, NC US - Thursday, August 16, 2001 at 10:03:09 (PDT)
Nice site...
fonts <kcshggn@lookingforme.com>
USA - Wednesday, August 15, 2001 at 15:33:23 (PDT)
I have a T. Rathbone & Co. flow blue Picture and Bowl set with the Swan and ribbon logo. Inside the ribbon it says Orme and it has the letter F and no. 2 on the bottom. It also has a x etched in or what looks like crossed swords. Can anyone tell me more about this? E-mail me at "eblasijr@att.net" Thank you
Shirley Blasi <eblasijr@att.net>
Kenosha, Wi. USA - Tuesday, August 14, 2001 at 13:26:59 (PDT)
I recently acquired a 12 piece setting of some Heritage Hall dishes made in Staffordshire England by Johnson Brothers. Each piece has a different building on them such as the Spanish Hacienda and the Georgian Town House. They are genuine Hand Engraved. If you have any info on the value of these dishes I would truly appreciate it. The dishes are in mint condition. Thanks!!
Sheila Eaton <saeaton@citynet.net>
Vienna, WV USA - Monday, August 13, 2001 at 06:52:23 (PDT)
Jackie-Great to meet you at the Flow Blue convention in Indianapolis! (I left alot poorer but got alot of brushstroke) First visit to your site. It is great!
Cindy Dwyer <cindydwyer@erols.com>
Reston, VA US - Sunday, August 12, 2001 at 13:06:34 (PDT)
Hi, Greetings from Finland.
Jari Peltonen
Tampere, FINLAND - Sunday, August 12, 2001 at 00:06:57 (PDT)
Hi I have almost a full dinner set of flow blue marked F& Sons ARGYLE burslem. All are in good to excellent condition Can anyone help with a possible value please Thanks Derek Corner
DEREK E CORNER <D.CORNER@NTLWORLD.COM>
UK - Thursday, August 09, 2001 at 08:41:30 (PDT)
I haveA flo-blue tureen with lid and matching ladle in near perfect condition. Trade Mark--"ARGYLE" S(?)CRIN(?)._YACENGLAND. It has a number 34 printed over the "ARGYLE". It also has "RN 289-457" with the letters F and B printed under it. The beautiful lid has a gold arrow head printed in gold on the inside. The matching ladle is in perfect condition. Can anyone tell me what it might be worth? Thank You.
Edward R. Price <erprice@erols.com>
Midland, Virginia USA - Wednesday, August 08, 2001 at 12:15:42 (PDT)
I inherited a set of 12 place-settings of JOhnson Brothers China which belonged to my great grandmother. Have not been able to find anything about it. It's white, scalloped edge, trimmed in gold. On back it reads 'JOhnson Brothers, England,' has crown. Some have small gold numbers. Has initials 'YR'. I'd love to know what it is and what it's worth. Am looking for four missing plates. Thanks for your efforts.
Jackie Wolf-Enrione <jwolfenrione@nychdc.org>
New York, NY USA - Tuesday, August 07, 2001 at 09:06:40 (PDT)
It was good to see you and finally meet you. Come back again. Bea Coleman
roycoleman <blueroy@optonline.net>
rockville CentreNew York 11570, USA UK - Friday, August 03, 2001 at 06:43:49 (PDT)
I have researched Late Victorian Flow Blue to a great extent, and have conducted many seminars and written considerably on the subject and believe Jackie's website to be a class act. She researches and represents her items well. Excellant job Jackie, we need more websites like yours! Bill Van Buskirk
William H. Van Buskirk <TopGrindley@aol.com>
Illinois US - Wednesday, August 01, 2001 at 13:44:22 (PDT)
A nice busy site you have here Jackie, would you like to join The Great British Webring? If so just click on the link for more details.
Brian Stockdale <ringmaster@antiquewebring.org.uk>
Lancashire United Kindom - Wednesday, August 01, 2001 at 06:22:59 (PDT)
Greetings! I was given a flow blue creamer in the "Royston" pattern made by Johnson Bros. The bottom has the mark "Royston", under that a crown, under that "Johnson Bros. England. Do you have any idea how old this piece might be? There was mention of this pattern in a book by Jeffrey E. Snyder called "Historic Flow Blue" on page 159. Unfortunately, I haven't been able to access that book. Any help you can give me would be appreciated.
Charlene <cyturiaga@hotmail.com>
Cottonwood, CA USA - Friday, July 27, 2001 at 11:43:53 (PDT)
I am desparately trying to find information on the value of a 6 place setting with additional pieces of Myott Staffordshire English semi-porcelain. Could you help?
Yvonne <d_ybeckett@hotmail.com>
UK - Friday, July 27, 2001 at 09:38:42 (PDT)
I recently aquired a yellow soup tureen with "Calif c609" on the bottom of the bowl and the platter. Can you tell me exactly what I have and it's worth?
Anita Morgan <akm_611@hotmail.com>
Fayette, AL US - Thursday, July 26, 2001 at 18:32:32 (PDT)
I bought some 8 inch plates at a thrift store in Sweden. And I would like to find more info about them. The back of the plates says, "England's Charm, Made in Staffordshire England, By Myott Son & CO LTD, a genuine hand engraving all colours guaranteed permanent detergent proof". Please email if you know anything about the plates or where I can find more of them. Thank you!!
Amanda <wrightbeauty@hotmail.com>
San Francisco, CA USA - Wednesday, July 25, 2001 at 10:38:47 (PDT)
I am looking for anything in the flow blue pattern of "Dainty" by John Maddock & Sons. Also, I am going to France in September. Does anyone know of a place or dealer to purchase flow blue from? Appreciate any comments or feedback you may have.
Lisa <lisa_martin@reyrey.com>
Dayton, OH USA - Tuesday, July 24, 2001 at 09:51:09 (PDT)
When was the Victory pattern introduced? Thanks..... Dave
Dave <savagedm@aol.com>
Seattle, Wa. USA - Sunday, July 22, 2001 at 21:35:12 (PDT)
I am looking for any George Jones Abbey pieces. My grandfather began the collection in 1930, he bought his parents their first and only teaset. I inherited that set in 1994 and have been trying to replace broken pieces
Laura Mahady <laura.mahady@talk21.com>
Aberdeeb, Scotland UK - Thursday, July 19, 2001 at 15:51:06 (PDT)
I have a white w h grindley milk pitcher with cobalt blue design around the neck and gold trim. the name is "the athens(?)or maybe "athena" NO. 457040. Anyone know its age or value? Great site you have here. Thanks
Jan <four_x_mama@netzero.net>
Glendale, AZ USA - Wednesday, July 18, 2001 at 00:04:55 (PDT)
I have found 2 saucers and I believe 2 berry bowls marked "Havard" empire England. I believe that these are flow blue---but how would I know that for sure??? Beautiful dishes---I would like to add to this and make a set! Any information that you may be able to provide would certainly be more than I have at present. AGE? ETC.......
cathy <will2k@centurytel.net>
kinde, michigan Usa - Monday, July 16, 2001 at 03:42:26 (PDT)
I have a hand painted serving platter,Myott. Son Co.LTD #93 97 L .What can you tell me about this platter.
debora <nfyfrd@aol.com>
Saskatoon, sk Canada - Sunday, July 15, 2001 at 20:11:02 (PDT)
what are flowblue dishes....where can I see a picture of these?
Pam <p.janke@home.com>
USA - Saturday, July 14, 2001 at 15:01:41 (PDT)
Jackie, just today I found the most gorgeous pattern of dishes. They are marked Apple Blossom, Ridgways, England, Lawley. Anyone know how old they are or where I can find more pieces?
Pam <p.janke@home.com>
USA - Saturday, July 14, 2001 at 13:28:08 (PDT)
Jackie, just today I found the most gorgeous pattern of dishes. They are marked Apple Blossom, Ridgways, England, Lawley. Anyone know how old they are or where I can find more pieces?
Pam <p.janke@home.com>
UK - Saturday, July 14, 2001 at 13:27:49 (PDT)
My grandmother has an ivory square shape serving platter with the trademark "ROYAL SEMI PORCELAIN,JOHN MADDOCK & SONS, ENGLAND". She is interested in more about it and what it might be worth.
Joyce <vjpemberton@centurytel.net>
russ, ar usa - Thursday, July 12, 2001 at 13:14:29 (PDT)
to the individual looking for crownford china. i came accross 3 c/s in good condition recently. if the individual can provide a photo or details, i can see if it is a match
ROBERT J. MACKIDD <rmackidd@hotmail.com>
winnipeg, manitoba canada - Thursday, July 12, 2001 at 11:56:42 (PDT)
I certainly enjoy looking at your lovely selection of Flow Blue. I'm a collector, but have never purchased anything on the internet. It is very tempting and I'm contemplating making my first purchase. Your site is very good!
Pat Hess <jakeonthelake8@yahoo.com>
Houston, Texas USA - Wednesday, July 11, 2001 at 18:41:26 (PDT)
HI, I just received my grandmother's china (she past away 25 years ago) and half was broken. I need some teacups... Two patterns, both mix and match flowers. "Royal Vale" and "Crownford" both were made in England. Thank You for any assistance
Janice <jgplyler@nc.prestige.net>
Mooresville, NC USA - Thursday, July 05, 2001 at 19:59:46 (PDT)
J&G MEAKIN OLD PEKIN (BROWN & CREAM FLOWERS) TRANSFERWARE IRONSTONE SERVICE FOR 7+. Lovely octagonal shape. Set has a few missing pieces that I'm currently trying to replace, e.g., 1 bread & butter plate, 1 creamer, etc. Check out the picture at http://www.replacements.com
Cheryl Apple <cheryl_apple@hotmail.com>
Long Branch, NJ United States - Tuesday, July 03, 2001 at 17:25:09 (PDT)
WEDGEWOOD STONEHENGE SERVICE FOR 8! I have a perfect set of Wedgewood's Stonehenge Pattern. It includes 8: dinner, bread & butter, cereal/soup bowls, cups and saucers, plus, 1: veggie bowl, oval serving platter, creamer, and sugar bowl with lid. The set is in perfect condition. You may check a picture of the pattern at http://www.replacements.com.
Cheryl Apple <cheryl_apple@hotmail.com>
Long Branch, NJ United States - Tuesday, July 03, 2001 at 17:21:17 (PDT)
any info you have on royal ivory pattern redg. shape 737954 by john maddock and sons ltd.of england what Isaw appears to be a complete set with serving pieces ,
biff pilon <pilon@ispnook.com>
sudbury, ontario canada - Thursday, June 28, 2001 at 16:51:57 (PDT)
Sorry, error in email adress. Please respond to my query here. Thank you
Shauna Wills <shaunawills@msn.com>
UK - Tuesday, June 26, 2001 at 16:57:43 (PDT)
I have a set of Myott China. The best I've been able to date is 1930 - 1936. I am trying to find somewhere that can help me with the value of thos set. The markings on the back read The Rideu (is this the pattern?)FE 29 24. I am a complete novice at this and could use any help I could get. Thank you in advance
Shauna Wills <shaunawills@msc.com>
Moose Jaw, SK Canada - Tuesday, June 26, 2001 at 16:55:17 (PDT)
I am trying to identify some china dinnerware, the back lists Cauldon China, England, est'd 1774, with a red hand letter V5279. The patter is blue edged, has blue flowers on perimeter, and a basket of fruit in the centre. Can you tell me the name of this pattern, and where I might ascertain its value? Thank you for your assistance. Betty Nicholson Hello, Thank you for your inquiry, but I have no reference material that provides the information that you've requested. Sorry to be of so little help. Good luck in your search, Laurier Beaudoin
Betty Nicholson <nick-betty@home.com>
Surrey, BC CANADA - Monday, June 25, 2001 at 21:42:04 (PDT)
Jackie, Could you please tell me how I can find out what the "pattern" is on some Johnson Bros., England, flo-blue porcelain dishes. It has the crown on the back of each piece. Any information you could give me regarding that, or any other information on those dishes would be so greatly appreciated! I am thankful I found your web-site. Please let me know as soon as you possibly can. Thank you so very much. Nellie
Mrs. Nellie Stalter <lanells53 @ yahoo.com>
Mecosta, Michigan USA - Monday, June 25, 2001 at 21:15:30 (PDT)
I am looking for settings and pieces of Wedgewood stoneware in the Mid Winter pattern as well as any information about when these pieces were created.
Sherri Heimann <sherriheimann@hotmail.com>
Branson, MO USA - Sunday, June 24, 2001 at 18:25:21 (PDT)
Additional Info : Name on 10"long - 71/4"wide -1" deep Flow Blue Platter by Roland @ Marscellus is "Virginia"
Gary Nielsen <gary49@telusplanet.net>
Alberta Canada - Sunday, June 24, 2001 at 10:49:29 (PDT)
I would like to know who carries your line at the Dallas World Market would like to buy a line for my store, the plates I,m interested in are the Dated A Happy Holiday to you , Royal Crownford by Norma Sherman Staffordashire England, I haven't been able to located them at Market, please let me know as soon as possible I need them before Christmas, thanks so much like your web site, Donna
Donna Pierson <tpdpcuppie@msn.com>
McGregor, texas u.s.a. - Saturday, June 23, 2001 at 19:05:06 (PDT)
Have old flow blue platter , oval 10"-71/4" by 1"deep. Made by Roland & Marecellus Company . good shape ,no chips ,faded slightly in a few places . Am having trouble finding info on plate. If interested E-Mail Gary Nielsen
Gary Nielsen <gary49@telusplanet.net>
Alberta Canada - Saturday, June 23, 2001 at 10:56:15 (PDT)
I collect "Blue Willow" and I have the teapot set and the fruit bowl. and I am very interested in viewing other pieces. Sandy
Sandy Heaton <sandy917dt@webtv.net>
Pendleton, Oregon US - Monday, June 18, 2001 at 19:04:26 (PDT)
Me and my husband found in our house what looks to be an older teapot. On the bottom, it has a green stamp that says PRICE in a larger print with Kensington below it in a smaller print. Those words are surrounded by a leafy horshoe-shaped pattern with a tie in the middle. Below it says made in england in the same green. The teapot had pink roses and leafy branches on the sides. Any help as to where this came from or any information on it would be greatly appreciated! Thank you!
Vanessa <barmackattack@hotmail.com>
CA USA - Monday, June 18, 2001 at 16:41:14 (PDT)
I am trying to find a supplier for a particular china, the pattern is a blue and white rose design and the markings on the bottom are blakeney ironstone staffordshire. I would be eternally grateful if you could help. Many thanks.
Jan Thorpe <Janthorpe@uk.dmgworldmedia.com>
UK - Monday, June 18, 2001 at 04:01:26 (PDT)
I was hoping that someone might be able to assist me in finding out what my Dad has bought this time.. LOL He purchased what looks to be a wine canister. It has printed on it Royal Crownford A417 Commadore Bainbridge on the front is a ship and it says Ship Sally. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Judi
Judi <judi.d.daniels@mail.sprint.com>
Kansas City, KS United States - Tuesday, June 12, 2001 at 15:55:23 (PDT)
Bookmarked You! Will be back! Great pictures and prices ! Thanks for a great site ! Do you know if T. Rathbone's Eton pattern has cups and saucers ? I have everything else.
Pat Hess <JakeOnTheLake8@yahoo.com>
Houston, Texas USA - Tuesday, June 05, 2001 at 22:56:40 (PDT)
Do you have info on floral plates from Myott & Son pattern is coronation 1804 pattern and is numbered. Thank you
Celeste Sullivan <tomato415@aolcom>
Roselle, Il US - Wednesday, May 30, 2001 at 13:22:07 (PDT)
I am looking for a white ironstone pitcher to buy for my mother-in-law for Christmas. I would like it to be in good condition at a reasonable price. Thank You, Cindy
Cindy Braham <rdb825@yahoo.com>
Morgantown, WV US - Wednesday, May 30, 2001 at 06:19:22 (PDT)
I am looking for information on a large washbowl and pitcher that I recently bought at an auction. The bottom has W.W.R & Co. Staffordshire England 98. I know absolutly nothing about this kind of thing. Can you help?
Deb Johnson <sixof1@excite.com>
Baton Rouge, LOUISIANA USA - Monday, May 28, 2001 at 13:34:08 (PDT)
Looking for information regarding blue and white plate marked Crownford China Co. Inc, Staffordshire, England. It has a scene of a bird with a phrase regarding being a distance apart and how the plate will remind us of each other (can't remember the exact quote - I could get it at a later time). Has a red rope attached for hanging on a wall. It belonged to my great-aunt, I cherish it.
Sharon Sarber <ssarber@genencor.com>
Bristol, IN USA - Friday, May 25, 2001 at 06:05:55 (PDT)
I have a service for twelve of le pavot by Grindley. There are 12 cups and saucers, sauce dishes, bread and butters, and luncheon plates. All are in wonderful condition except two cups which have a tiny rim chip. Is anybody interested? Thanks
Jeannette Keyser <Jkeukalake2@cs.com>
US - Thursday, May 24, 2001 at 18:47:33 (PDT)
We have a wonderful set of W.H.Grindley blue and white transferware dishes that are decorated with "After Constable" illustrations. Please help identify the pattern as well as the time period. Thank you so much!!
Donna <ob4548@home.com>
San Diego, Ca USA - Sunday, May 20, 2001 at 19:21:36 (PDT)
re: W.H. Grindley, Staffordshire, England, "Sunday Morning". I acquired complete 8 place settings with creamer, sugar bowl, serving bowl & platter; also cups & saucers in original box. Can anyone give me info as to age, value? Thank you very much.
Larry Robinson <larryrbnsn@yahoo.com>
San Francisco, CA USA - Saturday, May 19, 2001 at 10:35:42 (PDT)
I HAVE A PLATE THAT I THINK IS FLOWBLUE,AND ON THE BACK ARE 3X'S ONE LARGE AND THEN AT THE TIPS OF THE BIG X ARE 2 LITTLE X'S.ON THE FRONT THE BLUE FLOWS AND THERE ARE INSECTS AROUND THE EDGE OF THE PLATE LIKE LADYBUGS AND GRASSHOPPERS.DO YOU KNOW ANYTHING ABOUT THIS PLATE?
NORA <blueadair1@aol.com>
KY UK - Friday, May 11, 2001 at 22:16:56 (PDT)
I HAVE A PLATE THAT I THINK IS FLOWBLUE,AND ON THE BACK ARE 3X'S ONE LARGE AND THEN AT THE TIPS OF THE BIG X ARE 2 LITTLE X'S.ON THE FRONT THE BLUE FLOWS AND THERE ARE INSECTS AROUND THE EDGE OF THE PLATE LIKE LADYBUGS AND GRASSHOPPERS.DO YOU KNOW ANYTHING ABOUT THIS PLATE?
NORA <blueadair1>
KY UK - Friday, May 11, 2001 at 22:15:15 (PDT)
Great site! Looking for additional pieces of Cauldon YORK. Reg.#199552, B7572. Just inherited a service for 12 with many serving pieces .What additional items are out there??? Thanks!
Linda <lmbaird@optonline.net>
NY USA - Thursday, May 03, 2001 at 06:23:48 (PDT)
Hi, hope some one can help with info on WEDGWOOD& Co. LTD, Imperial Ivory PEMBNROKE. Plates and saucers have crown on back and what appears to be colored (red, Blue, goldish) simple brudh marks by artist. Don't know pattern name and some dishes have crazing. Any help would be great. I can send a pix or scan if needed Thanks,
John <freehold1@hotmail.com>
Attleboro, MA USA - Saturday, April 21, 2001 at 21:28:56 (PDT)
I have a 10" flow blue dinner plate with a peacock in the center surroued by 4-5 lg flowers/leaves.The 2 3/4" border is the same on smaller scale. The blue dominates the white background. Marked "KOBENHAVNS FAJANCEFABRIK DANMARK" in blue. Also stamped with an impression (no color) "KF" on the back.The plate is heavy like ironstone, not delicate like porcelain but I am no expertCan anyone help identify or value or lead me in the right direction. ? One eBayer replied this is from the Copenhagen Pottery Factory Denmark after 1850 (per Kovels). However the pattern & value question remains. My online search seems never ending. If you are familiar with this pattern or history please let me know.
Karen <cherubtyme@webtv.net>
CA USA - Saturday, April 21, 2001 at 21:20:48 (PDT)
I have Royal George China From England But I Cant find anything on it if anyone can help me please email me. I'm from Canada and I could really use some help.
Geraldine Demers <Showitall13@hotmail.com>
Ontario Canada - Friday, March 30, 2001 at 08:31:27 (PST)
Hi everyone, I collect the Mongolia pattern by Johnson brothers.I would love to see a tea pot or creamer and how about pitcher ? Thank - You
Guy Anderson <gande90503@aol.com>
Mount Vernon, wa usa - Saturday, March 24, 2001 at 21:53:57 (PST)
My wife was give a "Normandy" pattern collection by her mother. Don't know how complete this collection is. Some of these pieces are chipped so we're looking into replacing them & adding to the collection. Thanks! Len
Len Rak <lnrak@aol.com>
Rome, NY UK - Wednesday, March 21, 2001 at 12:45:48 (PST)
Greetings, Looking for Martha Washington pattern (flow blue). Also known as Chain of States. Please help me find some. Thank you. Barbara
Barbara Hollen <magnoliatree@webtv.net>
Hot Springs Village, Arkansas USA. - Sunday, March 18, 2001 at 13:14:52 (PST)
Looking for transfer patter invalid feeders or pap boats. Must be able to see photo. Email to "wallet@shellus.com".
Mark Wallet <wallet@shellus.com>
Katy, TX USA - Friday, March 16, 2001 at 21:15:11 (PST)
Most of the cups and saucers are gone from my set of Ridgways Royal Semi Porcelain dishes.but I have most of the rest. Also Chiswick R.N.295284 written under the crown. They are Flow Blue. I know they are over a 100 yearss old but do not know much more. Can you give any information?
Sylvia Thomson
Martintown, Ontario Canada - Monday, March 05, 2001 at 16:46:37 (PST)
Hi there; I have a stunning flow blue vase and i need some help in identifying the pattern, the design has 3 full blown (trailing ?) roses with foilage and what looks like ferns,on one side, and 2 roses with foilage on the other; the vase is deep flow blue on the base and the top gradually fading towards the middle, the vase stands appro. 7", and is cylander shaped with a bottle like 3/4" neck with the lip sponged in gold. Makers mark on the base Royal Staffordshire Pottery, Burslem, England, there is a name just above the crown, the last two letters I believe are R and E, the rest are unreadable, can you help?, thank you, linda.
linda <lochcatrin@sympatico.com>
Ontario Canada - Sunday, March 04, 2001 at 16:40:51 (PST)
hi i have a blue and white plate that has on the back stamped brooklyn england the number on the plate is 26 and it says royal semi porcelain. cant read the rest but it is dk blue desighns and has gold flower like designs in it. would like to around what year this plate was made. thank you.
lilly girard <girard86@yahoo.com>
west branch, mi united states - Wednesday, February 28, 2001 at 02:37:58 (PST)
Hi, Greetings from Finland.
Jari Peltonen <jari111@excite.com>
Tampere, FINLAND - Monday, February 26, 2001 at 20:34:32 (PST)
Hi , I'm lookin for places to buy flow-blue plates in London , i'm going there at the end of march , and want to buy my aunt , who collects , a plate or pitcher , if any info please e-mail me , THANKS !
Miranda <CowgirlPrincess@att.net>
Grapevine, Texas us - Sunday, February 25, 2001 at 14:50:31 (PST)
Hi Jackie, A friend and I bought some pieces at a country auction. There were several pitchers with "iron stone" on the bottom. Also two jardineres with W.W.R. & Co on the bottom and Staffordshire England, 98 embedded in a small picture. The pieces are blue iris with gold gilt. Can anyone help identify them?
Barb Halazon <Halazon@korinth.com>
UK - Friday, February 23, 2001 at 10:57:01 (PST)
I'm looking for information regarding a DunnBennett & Co. chamber pot set. Primula, Imperial Semi China, Burslem, England. I am particularly interested in finding a value range. Thanks.
Harold T. Yeary <HYeary@aol.com>
Glen Allen, VA USA - Friday, February 23, 2001 at 08:32:02 (PST)
My gramma left me a peice of flow blue china when she past away and it is marked CLIFF, ENGLAND in upper case letters like that on the back. Does anyone have any info?
Laura Youker <lauraymarie@yahoo.com>
Visalia, CA usa - Sunday, February 18, 2001 at 14:22:56 (PST)
Johnson Brothers-Red Lotus Pattern. Am looking to add to my set. Please contact me if you have any pieces. Thanks
Cheryl Apple <njtransplants@msn.com>
Long Branch, NJ USA - Thursday, February 15, 2001 at 10:48:05 (PST)
WEDGEWOOD Mid Winter Stoneware: I have a new service for 8, plus, several serving pieces.
Cheryl Apple <njtransplants@msn.com>
Long Branch, NJ USA - Thursday, February 15, 2001 at 10:45:50 (PST)
I have a small pitcher the pattern is Old Stafford made by Crownford Giftware. It is a light brown/green color with a raised corn pattern. The ears of corn are a light cream color. I'd appreciate any response. Thanks great site
Lou <jalalaimo@aol.com>
Ma - Wednesday, February 14, 2001 at 17:31:50 (PST)
Can anyone tell me about the WH Grindley pattern "Carlisle"? The stamp also says "Carlton Shape". The design is a basket of flowers and there is a basket weave texture on the plates. I'm wondering how old these are. Thanks!
Ginny <gshirer@sunflower.com>
- Sunday, February 11, 2001 at 14:20:43 (PST)
I ran across your site while browsing for teapots.
Sandra Lee Marine
Baltimore, Marryland USA - Saturday, February 10, 2001 at 09:01:19 (PST)
Trying to find info on Wedgwood Imperial Porcelain. Pattern stamped on back is Poppy. Made in England before 1850. Would like value etc.
Sue Archer <garcher@swconnect.net>
Abilene, Texas USA - Saturday, February 03, 2001 at 13:14:47 (PST)
I have a teapot that was made in england by p&k with a number 4106. Marked june.The company is price kensington.The teapot has a picture of a young lady and man among pastel coloured flowers.i am trying to get some info on this piece and any help would be appreciated.
judy bamburak <judybamburak@hotmail.com>
winnipeg, manitoba canada - Saturday, February 03, 2001 at 11:57:18 (PST)
I have just come across a large set of Abbey Flow blue, over 100 pieces. From large covered bowls, large bowls, Dinner plates, plus just about everything else. If you are looking for any pieces for your set please let me know and I will let you know if I have it or not. Thanks...Penny
Penny <rottenroti@home.com>
Victoria, B.C. Canada - Saturday, February 03, 2001 at 10:14:04 (PST)
Have what appears to be almost complete 12 piece set of china I am not sure what it is? Please help. Back is marked: W.H.Grindley and Co Ltd, IVORY, England, Reg No. 714650. Pattern appears to be various colored "poppies?" on beige background with a gold colored rim. Any help would be appreciated.
Bart Hall <barthall@qwest.net>
Florence, CO USA - Monday, January 29, 2001 at 21:03:59 (PST)
I have just purchased a 10 pc. chamber set. I believe it is turn of the century. The design is floral, caladium lilies with a gold accent throughout the pattern. It is unmarked except for the small pitcher which has a gold number on it. I am wondering if anyone knows of this pattern or has seen anything similar. Thanks. Marie
marie groves <alexis@leading.net>
St. Augustine, FL USA - Tuesday, January 23, 2001 at 11:13:28 (PST)
I have a luncheon set of Grindley from the 1930s - it has an art deco shape with transfer flowers around the edges, and touches of gold. Some of the pieces are marked "The Osbourne" (or "The Osborne" - not sure of spelling) but it is not the flowblue pattern at all.