Blue crockery

Mariko Jesse Faux London Toile edition crockery (blue/white)

Poole, Dorset Mariko Jesse Faux London Toile edition crockery (blue/white) – tea pot, tea cup, saucer, plate, tea towel, napkin, boxed.

Mixed cups and saucers blue and white and teapot milk and sugar bowl. Were used for wedding

Erdington, West Midlands Mixed tea sets were used for 40s style wedding. Also jars and candle holders and sweet jars.

Please complete all details

Sign in to add to Wish List

Royal Doulton 18Blue Casserole Dish, l

Reduced to clear

Blue and white pottery

From , the free encyclopediaJump to:navigation,searchBlue-and-white redirects here. For other uses, see
Ming dynasty
Blue and white porcelain-ware with a depiction of aBlue and white pottery (Chinese: 青花; pinyin: qīng-huā; literally: Blue flowers) covers a wide range of white pottery and porcelain decorated under the glaze with a blue pigment, generally cobalt oxide. The decoration is commonly applied by han originally by brush painting, but nowadays by stencilling or by transfer-printing, though other methods of application have also been used.

Johnson Brothers Tableware

Originally set up by Frederick and Henry Johnson in 188 Grandsons of the Meakin family dynasty, they began by producing affordable earthenware dinnerware they called White Granite. Their reputation flourished and they spent considerable time developing a ceramic slip that had the characteristics of fine china, but was as durable as ironstone. Branded Semi-porcelain they were soon producing large quantities of white-ware in the most extraordinary variety of shapes.