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Staffordshire Ceramics89 of 131Vintage Myott, Son & Co. Royal York Pattern, From Stoke on TrentCrown Staffordshire Plate Help With Dating
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    Posted 8 years ago

    Tootce
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    I have been researching these dishes, most of the English Staffordshire I find on the Internet have a different stamp and are dishwasher safe which leads me to believe these are older.
    Anyone have an idea about these plates? Are they worth anything??

    Thank you for your input!!
    Cindy

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    1. maryh1956 maryh1956, 8 years ago
      The problem with some of the Staffordshire potteries is that they would change their backstamp to reflect the pattern on the front of the piece, so it makes items more difficult to date, as all the marks are no shown in collector guides . According to thepotteries.org. the Classic White range was introduced in the 1960’s, and many patterns were used on that blank. marks$antiques have the mark in use between the1940-60’s. Here’s a link to the relevant page on the potteries, which is an excellent resource for Staffordshire pottery.
      http://thepotteries.org/mark/m/meakin_jg.html
    2. maryh1956 maryh1956, 8 years ago
      This style pattern, commonly referred to as “Blue Onion” was made by many manufacturers, copying the original, traditional Scandinavian patterns. They are still very popular today
    3. maryh1956 maryh1956, 8 years ago
      http://www.replacements.com/webquote/MEKBLN.htm
    4. Tootce, 8 years ago
      Thank you very much maryh1956!
    5. Artlab Artlab, 8 years ago
      Thanks for the info...I have a piece of this!

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