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Staffordshire Ceramics92 of 125Staffordshire Dinnerware.Vintage "Pristine Pottery Co." English Staffordshire Teapot/Slate Grey Satin Finish 24oz./Circa 1980-90
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    Posted 7 years ago

    TINHOUSE
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    The first plate is about 9" and the canton view about 7".. I can't remember where I found these but know they cost pence! I just wondered if the 1830 date is correct!?

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    1. TINHOUSE TINHOUSE, 7 years ago
      Meant to say the first plate has ROGERS stamped into it on the back
    2. maryh1956 maryh1956, 7 years ago
      The second plate marked Elkin was made by Elkin, Knight & Bridgwood of Fenton ,Staffordshire between 1826-40. I’m guessing it was close to 1825-6, as your piece has the embossed stamp with the original stamp of the singular ELKIN , which was how the company began in 1822, so was a transitional piece.
      Still working on the other!
    3. maryh1956 maryh1956, 7 years ago
      Couldn’t find much more than you have already on the first plate. John & George Rogers, another Staffordshire pottery. Here’s a link with some info on the company.
      http://www.hudsonsantiques.co.uk/Rogers/Rogers.html
    4. maryh1956 maryh1956, 7 years ago
      So looks like the date of 1830 is correct. No embossed marks on that piece?
    5. TINHOUSE TINHOUSE, 7 years ago
      Thankyou!
      mary1956.. interesting about the ELKIN stamp.. i knew someone would know :)
      yes the Rogers plate has it embossed like the one in your link.. i will try to add a photo if i can..
      i cant believe they've lasted nearly 200 years!


    6. TINHOUSE TINHOUSE, 7 years ago
      the canton views plate is a patten ive not found.. ive seen other views, i read there were about ten in the set but havent seen a picture of the whole set have you seen it anywhere?
    7. maryh1956 maryh1956, 7 years ago
      I’m guessing it would hard to find an intact set outside of a museum. You might want to contact Steve Birks at thepotteries.org.uk
      It’s a great resource for Staffordshire pottery
    8. maryh1956 maryh1956, 7 years ago
      Sorry, here’s the correct link:
      http://thepotteries.org/pottery.htm

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