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Posted 7 years ago


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I am trying to identify the pattern on this Platter by Johnson Bros.-England. The stamp on the reverse states it is semi-porcelain and above that is stamped HOP. Any ideas? Thank you, Wendy

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  1. Peggy, 7 years ago
    Look at this beautiful antique JOHNSON BROS. covered vegetable bowl! This very hard to find piece is in wonderful condition and is in that rare pattern HOP. The ivy pattern is BLUE/GRAY color and displays well with transfer ware in either black or blue.This pattern was from early 1900's and this particular piece is in wonderful condition with no chips or cracks

    Hi Wendy,
    It is the rare Hop pattern by Johnson Brothers produced somewhere around 1890-1910. It has a gray-black transfer around the unusual shaped border of vines and leaves.
  2. Wendy, 7 years ago
    Peggy ..thank you so very much..It is wonderful information..and very nice to know it is rare at the same time...I love this venue! Respectfully, Wendy

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