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As early as , the Ridgway brothers produced quality earthenwares in Shelton, Staffordshire, England. Ridgway factories produced almost every conceivable kind of pottery. One of the branches produced a line called Coaching Days and Coaching Ways. The Coaching Days and Coaching Ways series was created on an amber brown transferware pottery with black transfers. It was made in the s to the s.
Fine Antique Ridgway J & W Porcelain. The early Ridgway porcelains were in Spode style, with quality, scenic Marks: 2/ painted in red and puce.
This striking floral pattern is derived from an identical pattern produced by Ridgway and other ironstone makers in the C19th. The Booths version dates from around and is one of their longest-lived patterns, being in production for most of the first half of the C20th. The oldest incorporates a type of LOGO unique to this pattern, shown right, and the words.
Sometimes the mark includes a registration number: Rd No Items bearing this mark rarely have impressed date stamps, and cannot therefore be dated with any certainty. The logo may have been used from the year of the pattern’s registration – – until around These early items are often thickly potted compared to more recent wares. We have seen items bearing this mark with date-stamps ranging from – , although it is possible that the mark overlapped with the earlier LOGO shown above.
The pattern number A supercedes the previous one Pattern numbers beginning with ‘A’ seem to have been introduced around the time of WW2, leading us to believe that these items were produced in the s and 50s , and possibly later.
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Date used: ca Ridgway & Morley Hanley Staffordshire England Ironstone; printed. Date used: North Staffordshire pottery Co.
These items are not for sale and the descriptions, images and prices are for reference purposes only. Pair Victorian Ridgway ashets and other. Early Victorian Ridgway moulded drab ware comport moulded stoneware lidded comport, lid with pierced moulded decoration, to footed bowl, circa s, diameter 23 cm, height 8 cm. A Ridgway Homemaker coffee set , comprising coffee pot, sugar bowl, creamer, two side plates, two cups and saucers.
Ridgway Potteries plate set , designed by Enid Seeney share, Homemaker pattern by Tom Arnold, , six person set, eighteen piece, Staffordshire, marked to base. Mid 19th century Ridgway comport, with hand painted floral centre and ornate gilding, 25 cm wide. A Ridgway floral cabinet plate , circa , the scallop edged plate with painted gadroons, lavishly decorated to the cobalt border with gilt and salmons reserves with lattice embellishments alternating with mirror image acanthus flourishes….
A Ridgway dessert dish and two matching plates, circa , pattern , Lavishly decorated, the square dish with moulded scrolls and lobed corners…. Three Ridgway moulded dishes , C, each with floral pattern with gilt rims, diameter 20 cm each.
There are lots that match your search criteria. Subscribe now to get instant access to the full price guide service. A Victorian Ridgway India Temple pattern part dinner service including tureens and covers, some damage qty. Fine quality part service of Regency Imari style tablewares, pattern no. A model of the Titanic; a cheese dish; two willow pattern Ridgway sucriers; writers tool box; cut glass bowl; and a miniature table football game etc.
Most keen porcelain collectors will have heard of Staffordshire Porcelain but just what does Staffordshire refer to when we talk Ridgways Flow Blue Meat Platter Early English porcelain was a basic tin-glazed formulation called Delftware.
Factory Marks. I began. Its decorative quality and naive charm are admired by all. Many of the designs and colours. Imperfections such as paint runs,handles askew, all add to. The vast array of patterns and shapes never fail to excite the imagination,. All producing Ironstone-type wares in competition with Mason’s and in some. New marks on retailers, colleges, regiments and armorial are constantly.
Ceramic ware produced between and bore a diamond-shaped registry mark. The date recorded indicated when the design was introduced but not necessarily when. Index to Year and Month Letters. Year Letter at Top.
A newly married couple setting up home in the s or early s might have chosen the cheap, but contemporary, Homemaker range of ceramics for their dinner or tea service. Homemaker combined an award-winning modern shape, Metro, by Tom Arnold, with a pattern by Enid Seeney showing contemporary furniture and household items against a background of black lines. Enid Seeney designed the pattern in for new shapes designed by Tom Arnold.
She called the new design ‘Furniture’. However, executives thought it might be too radical for public tastes and public reaction at an exhibition in Blackpool was disappointing.
A William Ridgway pottery jug of lilac tint, the lower section moulded with oval inscribed factory marks and dated September 1 — ; a Ridgway Son.
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Ridgway China – items found. There is a little wear to the inner rim and the foot otherwise excellent condition. Dimensions: 9. Light crazing and a tiny chip under the rim otherwise excellent condition. Dimensions: Superb condition.
Ridgways Bedford Works, Stoke-on-Trent. The Pottery Gazette, American and Canadian Edition, January 1st Marks used on ware for identification.
Antique John Ridgway Porcelain In the brothers John and William Ridgway jointed their father Job’s factory at Cauldon Place, Hanley in Staffordshire and in the same year the production of bone china was added to that of earthenwares. The early Ridgway porcelains were in Spode style, with quality, scenic bat-prints and some colourful designs in “London”- shape teawares. In the two brothers separated. William Ridgway concentrated on the production of earthenwares.
John continued the Cauldon Place Works and was later appointed Potter of Queen Victoria, making some magnificently decorated porcelains. Around five hundred people were employed at the pottery, and many talanted artists were engaged in production of fine painted pieces, some of which are believed to be the work of George Speight and Daniel Lucas, known for their landscape and figure painting. Thomas Brentnall, George Hancock, and Joseph Bancroft have also been employed, specializing in flower painting.
John Ridgway exhibited at the Great Exhibition of and their catalogue shows the great variety and quality of the porcelain produced by the factory at this time. A very rare Ridgway porcelain armorial dessert plate c. Dimensions: 23 cm diam. Excellent condition. Godden , plate