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Post by studio-pots September 11th 2023, 4:07 pm

All the metal parts of such items were "bought in" by the various potteries and it could be that this is a later "marriage". Is there any mark of the metal stand?

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Post by Potty62 September 11th 2023, 7:51 pm

studio-pots wrote:All the metal parts of such items were "bought in" by the various potteries and it could be that this is a later "marriage". Is there any mark of the metal stand?

Evening SP, no marks to the Metal Stand as such, just a few crumbs to the Chintz plate from this Lemon loaf cake which I'll investigate as soon as I've made a nice coffee to go with it 😋
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Post by studio-pots September 12th 2023, 9:45 am

The cake is a perfect match to the plate when compared to the stand.

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Post by 1974janeen October 23rd 2023, 5:41 pm

Is there such a thing as Creation with a blue rim?
Can’t find it anywhere online.
I’m guessing my plates are quite late as they’re proclaimed ‘microwave and dishwasher safe’.
I will upload pics as and when I work out how to do that.

Update: I have uploaded pics!


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Post by dantheman October 23rd 2023, 6:07 pm


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Post by studio-pots October 24th 2023, 8:41 pm

I used to deal in Midwinter in a big way in the 1990s and I don't recall seeing this with a blue line.

I would suspect, as you suggest, that it is from the late 1970s or even into the 1980s.

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Post by 1974janeen October 24th 2023, 10:05 pm

Yes I think you’re probably right. The plates are lovely but it seems impossible to find any more. Thank you.
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Post by studio-pots October 27th 2023, 1:37 pm

I knew Alan Peat and Steven Jenkins, who wrote the books about Midwinter back in the 1990s and if nothing was found at that time then it's almost certainly lost forever.

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Post by denbydump October 27th 2023, 3:11 pm

There are a few stonehenge patterns in the Jenkins book (1st ED), where there
was no information available (at the time).
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Post by kellyprice@kmpaccountancy February 12th 2024, 5:19 pm

Hi,
I am wondering if anyone has come across this design before, a very pretty kingfisher in pastel colours on a blue background. It is marked with Midwinter Porcelon Burslem, England. I have scoured the internet and can find nothing on this particular pattern ?
Any info gratefully received, thanks

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Post by philpot February 12th 2024, 7:17 pm

You are confusing two different potteries. This mark was used by W,R Midwinter Albion and Hadderidge Potteries, Burslem. Used circa 1932-41. So in actual fact this is just a pattern mark used by the famed Midwinter Pottery. Which was a very large pottery in the 1930's producing a vast number if designs. Lovely piece though.
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