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Johnson Unidentified Pattern China - 5 items found.

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Jug or Pitcher Tankard c1920s Maker: Johnson  Pattern:Unidentified Pattern
Jug or Pitcher Tankard c1920s
Samuel Johnson of Britannia Pottery. Straight sided jug in a lovely smoky blue. Minor signs of wear to a little of the rim.
Dimensions: 0.6 ltr 14.5 cm high / 1 pt 5.75 ins high
Our ref: SJOHN21361

Jug or Pitcher Tankard c1915 Maker: Johnson  Pattern:Unidentified Pattern
Jug or Pitcher Tankard c1915
Made by Samuel Johnson of Britannia Pottery, Burslem, Staffordshire. Printed in a black flow blue with a floral Art Nouveau design and gilt line decoration to the neck and foot. Some wear to gilt. Excellent condition. Blue printed backstamp of Britannia within circle, containing S Johnson, Burslem, Britannia Pottery and beneath England and Registered No 202311 for 1892
Dimensions: 0.9 ltr 16 cm high / 1.5 pint 6.75 ins high
Our ref: BRIT27264

Teapot Stand c1920s Maker: Johnson  Pattern:Unidentified Pattern
Teapot Stand c1920s
Samuel Johnson, Britannia Pottery. With gilt. Quite a chunky stand printed in a deep flow grey/blue. Crazed with a few signs of wear to the rim but the surface is remarkably unscratched.
Dimensions: 17 cm diameter / 6.75 ins diameter
Our ref: BRIT31077

Cheese Dish c1920 Maker: Johnson  Pattern:Unidentified Pattern colour
Cheese Dish c1920
Samuel Johnson of the Brittania Pottery, Burslem. with gilt although this does show signs of wear on the base. Crazed with some light associated staining to the base. An attractive dish in gorgeous colours.
Dimensions: Base 25.5 cm x 19 cm / Base 10 ins x 7.5 ins
Our ref: MISC27350

Custard or Syllabub Cups Set of Six c1840 Maker: Johnston David  Pattern:Unidentified Pattern
Custard or Syllabub Cups Set of Six c1840
A rare find indeed 6 cups in good condition. The design is of Middle Eastern scenes including people and animals. They were made by David Johnston and Company of Bordeaux France where David Johnston started his pottery in 1834 and sold out in 1844. Born of English parents Johnston was Mayor of Bordeaux from 1838 to 1842. These cups represent a piece of ceramic history. Transferware in the style of Staffordshire made by an Englishman in France. All are in good condition, but notice one intriguing oddity. Johnston must have had two handle fixers. One fixed the handles at the top of the cup and the other fixed his a bit lower down. All six available as unique set.
Dimensions: 5.5 cm diam 6.5 cm high / 2.25 diam 2.5 ins high
Our ref: 19CN20769


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