PRESTIGIOSO SERVIZIO DA THE EPOCA INGLESE THE HUNTER MYOTT 6 PERSONE PORCELLANA
SPLENDIDO ED ELEGANTISSIMO SERVIZIO DA THE IN FINE PORCELLANA INGLESE DECORO CON SCENE DI CACCIA BLU & BIANCO CON TIPICI PAESAGGI DELLA CAMPAGNA INGLESE
VINTAGE ANNI 50 MARCHIO
Myott The Hunter Blue and White
COMPOSTO DA :
6 TAZZE CON RISPETTIVI PIATTINI
IN OTTIME CONDIZIONI ORDINARI SEGNI DEL TEMPO
ATTENZIONE 1 DELLE TAZZE PRESENTA AL MANICO 3 PICCOLE FILATURE CHE NON INFICIANO LA SOLIDITA'
( VEDERE ULTIMA FOTO)
TUTTO COME DA FOTO
Myott Son & Co, Alexander Potteries, Cobridge
"The manufactory of W. Brownfield & Son was erected in 1808 and worked by Stevenson & Bucknall. and from 1816 to 1836 by Andrew Stevenson alone.
In 1836, the premises were opened by Robinson, Wood & Brownfield and, after Mr. Robinson's death in the same year, were continued by Wood & Brownfield until 1850.
In 1850, Mr. Wood retired and the business was continued solely by William Brownfield until 1871, when he was joined in partnership by his eldest son, William Etches Brownfield, and from that time it was carried on as W. Brownfield & Sons.
In 1893 or 1894, the Brownfield's Guild Pottery Society Ltd. was formed. It continued until 1900, when the works were demolished.
Messrs. Myott rebuilt on the site in 1901."
Jewitt's 'Ceramic Art of Great Britain'