It was designed by Thomas Turner and engraved by Thomas Minton in 1780.
Minton was apprenticed to Spode and the design was introduced into Staffordshire in 1784.
Not everyone is looking for replacements, but we often have people looking to extend a setting, or perhaps they might want to find a matching serving dish.
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From tea party tips to wedding picks for the special couple, or how about stress-free outdoor entertaining ideas and designer inspiration. We're the perfect place to start when creating a vibrant look that's all your own.They let firms like Spode and Rockingham do the pioneering work. Many of the old antique bone china making firms have not survived to the current day.New makers with tighter marketing plans have taken their place over the last 60 years or so.If you are at all interested in antique bone china you will need to keep this guide handy. This section is not a directory of pottery marks, but explains who founded the company, in what era, and what happened subsequently. The A - Z directory starts immediately below a short introduction.Bone china is a type of porcelain with added animal bone.It wasn't until the latter part of the 1800's that the majority of the makers listed below learned how to use bone china for serious production.