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2 X Royal Winton Grimwades 8 3/4″ Luncheon Plate Royalty Pattern English Chintz
Royal Doulton Rosslyn or join the Facebook Group here My collection is in the green colourway but this was also made in sunshine yellow and, more rarely, in cream with a green and pink outer stripe gorgeous. I’ve chosen to collect these for my daughter, Lily Rose, as future heirlooms, and they’re just beautiful items. The lilies stand out from the items in relief and the attention to detail is exceptional. It appears that Royal Winton used the same moulds for both Tiger Lily and Hibiscus however the flowers in the Honey Lily collection have mottling on the petals which are absent on Hibiscus, and the Honey Lily flowers are also lightly streaked with yellow as opposed to the Hibiscus flowers which are solid pink.
According to my collector’s handbook, Honey Lily was first released in the ‘s and did include table ware possibly on the scale of the Royal Winton Rosebud pattern although sadly there are no records available to verify this. Simply click on any image below and the full-sized photograph will open – make sure the new pop-up page is then maximised to show the photo in full.
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Numerous eBay auctions ongoing! These pieces are handcrafted by the original manufacturers and identical to the originals made in the s. These exquisite china patterns have been faithfully and skillfully maintained by the famed masters of English chintzware, Royal Winton. The quality is so far superior to anything on the market, there is nothing quite like it in color or glaze quality. All pieces are factory mint; I do not carry seconds.
I have many of the following items in stock, ready to ship, plus much more. Anything can be Special Ordered as well.
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A very stately looking pair. Marked “Windsor Ware F. Apparently a souvenir piece, this is a very elegant cup and saucer set. Wide bands of gold alternating with small gold sunbursts decorate these two. Gold trimmed around all the rims this set has ablue blooming flower with a pink bud and foliage on the front. Lovely pink roses and a silver lacy rim make for a stylish combo.
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No other designer has covered the seven decades of design we have seen from Susie Cooper. She reflects with total sensitivity the design ideas of the periods through which she worked, allied with a down-to-earth appreciation of the needs of the housewife. As the s advertising slogan put it, ‘Elegance combined with utility. Artistry associated with commerce and practicality’. A wide variety of work is still readily available, ranging from her early earthenware to the fine bone china of post-war years, with all kinds of decoration — freehand painting, aerographing, tube-lining, lithographs, crayon patterns, lustre decoration, sgraffito and incised ware.
It has been estimated that she produced over patterns and about new shapes, so there is likely to be something that will appeal to every collector of ceramics among her work. The price range is equally wide ranging from a few pounds to over a thousand for rare examples at auction. Space requirements can be tailored to availability — plates can be attractively displayed on a wall, coffee cans can be grouped on a small set of shelves, a dinner service can fill a dresser, a single vase can highlight a colour scheme.
Her work fits equally well into modern or traditional interiors. Because of its subtle colours and classic shapes it has an understated elegance that is tasteful and timeless.
2 Vintage Royal Winton “Grimwades” plates
Please note this item has as shown in the picture a hairline fracture Pink plates measure 5. Customer serviceplease do contact us with Large Plate In lovely condition, very little if any wear, this has been displayed but not used. This may techincally be a dinner Width 19cm, length 20cm. This item is in good used condition with no chips or cracks although is crazed commensurate with age.
Winton Pottery, Grimwade Brothers and Stoke Pottery combined to become Grimwades Limited in Much of the pottery business was for the export trade, and production included dinnerware, toilet ware, teapots and coffee sets. The Royal Showroom at Winton House in .
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She has operated a small business for more than 20 years. To get to Niagara Falls, a most popular destination, Torontonians preferred going by steamer across, instead of the train around, Lake Ontario. So souvenir china items were made as creamers, ashtrays, toothpick and candle holders, egg cups, mugs, tiny cups, vases, watering cans, shoes, boots, or baskets, like the Gladys Tucker shower gift from They were adorned with coloured pictures of schools, post offices, town halls, libraries, hospitals, churches, court houses, government buildings, and street or park scenics.
English sugar bowls seldom have lids, and stacking teapots with sugar and creamer on top are typical. Watch for chintz patterns for which Royal Winton is famous.
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Much of the pottery business was for the export trade, and production included dinnerware, toilet ware, teapots and coffee sets. Howard Pottery took over Royal Winton in and the business moved to Shelton. The Royal Winton business changed hands many times after , but the Royal Winton name has continued to the present day. Recognize the Royal Winton style.
Much of the production for the last century has been decorative ornamental pottery, particularly tea sets, tennis sets, flower vases, sugar sifters and sweet dishes. These pieces are in English style, often Art Deco shapes. English sugar bowls seldom have lids, and stacking teapots with sugar and creamer on top are typical. Watch for chintz patterns for which Royal Winton is famous.
These are tight flower designs, sometimes hand painted and sometimes decals, covering the outside of the piece. This is an all-over-pattern, but Royal Winton was not the only company making chintz pottery in England. Also watch for new chintz patterns produced by Royal Winton with a new mark to distinguish the new from old. Old chintz production was from through the s. New chintz production started in , and should incorporate a date.
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RARE Hand Paint Plate Royal Winton Grimwades MAORILAND. RARE Hand Paint Plate Royal Winton Grimwades MAORILAND Truly fabulous and excellent condition plate dating to the early century. Find this Pin and more on Austria by Jon D. Franks. See more Antique Royal Worcester – 6 Plates
My temptation would be to try them as a set first just in case. It would be easier to ship one package rather than four if nothing else. On the other hand, I’ve actually had some luck selling individual plates of English china and especially chintz. For me they sell to US bidders. I’ve never sent one back to England. I’m wondering if these plates were meant for display rather than use.
I can see them in little plate holders up on the wall. If I remember right and sometimes I don’t! There was kind of a revival of English teacups, teapots, saucers, little plates, etc. Outrageously overpriced as I remember. Anyway, I would think they would make nice snack side plates as you suggest. Sorry if I’m rambling and a bit more disjointed than usual. There were nasty thunderstorms here all last night and I had a Yorkshire Terrier who insisted on standing on my head as I was trying to sleep.
I would just think I’d gotten him settled but five minutes later he would awaken me again.
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Light crazing to both cover and base. Delph Pot with Cover c s With gilt. This is the small pot from the dressing table set. The rim border design is Alhambra pattern. Light crazing and some wear to the gilt.
Antique Grimwades Royal Winton Lot, Summertime and Du Barry, Cheese, Plates, Salt and Pepper Transferware Chintz Condition: These older pieces have been much loved over a long time! While there are no chips or cracks, there is light crazing commensurate with age and light marks from storing cheese on bottom dish plate.
Grimwades Leonard Lumsden Grimwade c. Leonard started as a dry salter with his Uncle in Ipswich but moved the Potteries as a modeller. He was joined by his brother, Sydney and around they formed the firm Grimwade Brothers. They specialised in earthenware and fine bone china. By new showrooms were opened in both London and Stoke-on-Trent and they became Grimwades Ltd with the purchase of the Winton Porcelain Factory in By Grimwades Ltd had four separate factories in the Potteries and business was booming.
Leonard was keen to experiment with new manufacturing techniques and pioneered the duplex lithographic transfer method which allowed them to decorate their pots much more efficiently. King George V and Queen Mary visited the potteries in and the brothers produced a commemorative catalogue to celebrate the event.