YES YES OH YESSSSS!!!!Wonderful. Sigh. I love these, I must get some. I love that colour and pattern. Simply wonderful. xoxo(Hang in there baby, spring is coming!)
Sorry, in my excitement I forgot to attempt to answer your question.Have you looked at any transferware sites? It IS transferware, isn't it??xoxo
I have seen this pattern. My mother-in-law used to have it, exactly the same. It is very beautiful. Why don't you try getting in touch with http://houseofbeautyandculture.blogspot.com/He has a shop on Portobello Road in London. He may be able to help.Good Luck!!
LPE - Imperial Pottery is, or was, one of the Johnson Bros factories in Stoke-on-Trent. Johnson Bros was famous for its earthenware. I'm guessing it circa 1900 to 1910 - as they had a presence in North America from about 1896.Eventually they became part of Wedgwood (we all know how that ended). It still may be produced overseas. I'm afraid I don't really know anymore than that.
Lovely! My mother-in-law has a set that's been passed through her family as well; she was in a search to find out more about it, and took a piece to a local antiques show (like Antiques Roadshow). There was an appraiser on site who was able to give her the answers she was looking for - hope you are able to do the same!(PS - a cousin of Ted's lives in Stoke-On-Trent!)
I just found a beautiful covered bowl looks a lot like this but grayish not green anyone know anything about it
I have these dishes
First i have seen on line..csme from englsnd 1889
My former mother in laws grand parents...looked for this pattern for 2 years!
I bought a curio cabinet just for these dishes....they are in perfect condition snd beautiful.....like i said...first time i have seen on line...ever!!!!!
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