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Staffordshire Ceramics49 of 110Churnet Valley China Staffordshire - Miniature Tea SetStaffordshire Plates - Old Foley - James Kent - Chinese Roses
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    Posted 5 years ago

    soontobebl…
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    Have a very nice covered dish and 16" platter. The dish was found at a yard sale and I then purchased the platter off of EBay. The EBay listing stated that it was 1887 A.F. Co., which seems to match the dish marking of:
    A.F. Co, "Rosalind", Staffordshire, England.

    I would love to know if there were any other pieces made in this pattern.

    Thanks - Lisa in Ohio, USA

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    1. wildvke wildvke, 5 years ago
      I'm guessing here ... maybe it Alfred Fenton Co. I know there was a A.F. & S which was Alfred Fenton and Sons A. F. & S.~ A. Fenton & Sons, Hanley c.1887-1901
    2. wildvke wildvke, 5 years ago
      Here's a link that shows the locations of the Alfred Fenton potteries, looks like one in Staffordshire.
      http://www.thepotteries.org/allpotters/394a.htm
    3. wildvke wildvke, 5 years ago
      I think there is a tiny little "S" under the "O" in Co...is there ?
    4. MemeresStuff, 4 years ago
      I have some Rosalind pieces. Same mark on the bottoms.

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