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Help with identifying old plates

Posted by Hopley (My Page) on
Thu, Feb 9, 12 at 17:57

I've recently inherited quite a large collection of old plates. I would like to get more information on these including historical info, dates and approx. values. I've started with the platters, and will try to include pictures;

DETAILS AS FOLLOWS;

PLATTER 1
SWINNERTONS
STAFFORDSHIRE
ENGLAND "MAJESTIC VELLUM"
REG. NO. 837607
OVAL PLATE 33cm X 25cm

PLATTER 2 (SIMILAR TO PLATTER 1 JUST BIGGER AND ORANGE FLOWERS)
C SWINNERTONS
STAFFORDSHIRE
ENGLAND "MAJESTIC VELLUM"
REG. NO. 837607
OVAL PLATE 37cm X 9cm

PLATTER 3
GRINDLEY
ENGLAND
OVAL PLATE 43cm X 34cm
Markings on base;
STAMPED "55"

PLATTER 4
W. H. GRINDLEY & CO LTD
ENGLAND "SATIN WHITE" 1-4
OVAL PLATE 30cm X 25cm

PLATTER 5
MASONS
IRONSTONE CHINA
ENGLAND
OBLONG PLATE 37cm X 9cm
Markings on base;
STAMPED "16" + "L:V" + "F"
Hairline cracks on underside
175

PLATTER 6
NEWPORT POTTERY CO LTD,
BURSLEM ENGLAND
"STRATFORD"
OVAL PLATE 28cm X 22cm

PLATTER 7
ROYAL ART POTTERY
ENGLAND
OVAL PLATE 29cm X 21cm

PLATTER 8
BARRATT�S IRONSTONE
ENGLAND
REGD. NO. 8755897
"DELPHATIC WHITE TABLEWARE"
OVAL PLATE 30cm X 24cm
Hairline cracks on underside

PLATTER 9
J & G. MEAKIN
ENGLAND
"SUNSHINE"
RD 561073
REGD. SOL391413
OVAL PLATE 37cm X 29cm

PLATTER 10
N. V. KONINKLYKE PLATEELBAKKERY
ZUID-HOLLAND
GOUDA
PLAZUID
OVAL PLATE 34cm X 26cm

PLATTERS 11
2 X WEATHERBY
HANLEY, ENGLAND
"OBAN
DURABILITY"
ROYAL FALCON WARE
2 X MATCHING OVAL PLATES;
SM 29.5cm X 9cm / LG 37cm x 9cm
Markings on base;
SM:"L977" STAMP."8/448" + "10"
LG: "L577A" + "411"

Numbers are reference at the below link;

https://plus.google.com/photos/115132357411173388166/albums/5707264012376170385?authkey=CLjBk_Gu1pz9Aw

I hope this works!

Janine

Here is a link that might be useful: Platters


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RE: Help with identifying old plates

If you would post a picture of the platter with also a picture of the back stamp, you will get more accurate information.....and likely more of it.
For example, Mason's back stamp has evolved over the years....as to type of crown etc....so in order to give you an assessment someone needs to find a website that tells when that pattern was produced.....and frankly you could do that your self.
The way you have posted someone has to have 2 browsers open and flip back and forth between the pictures and your descriptions.
Off the top of my head, without any research, the platters are of no particularly high value....but for the Mason's. That's a jewel!


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