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This fantastic 10 ½” cabinet/cake plate with immaculate gilding sports an intricately painted bouquet of flowers, painted and signed by J. The excellent condition, quality of work, and presence of the famed Bailey signature all contributed to the selling price.Bone china is a type of soft-paste porcelain that is composed of bone ash, feldspathic material, and kaolin.It is somewhat ironic then, that such little information about either company is readily available.This article seeks to remedy that deficiency, compiling what is already available on the internet with the writer’s own experience in the area.From its initial development right up to the latter part of the 20th century, bone china was almost exclusively an English product and its production was effectively localised to the area around Stoke-on-Trent.Most major English firms made (or still make) bone china, including Mintons, Coalport, Spode, Royal Crown Derby, Royal Doulton, Wedgwood, Worcester, and many others.

Specializing in lusterware, by the time of his death in 1829 John Aynsley was credited with popularizing this type of porcelain “through the whole of the district”.

This Tulip tea service, finished in green, was offered for auction in Glasgow in 2015.

Scarcely seen as a set, this pattern is highly desirable and is often described with reference to the butterfly handles (as opposed to the pattern name) when offered for sale.

Two Staffordshire potters and entrepreneurs, Josiah Wedgwood and Thomas Whieldon, produced a cream colored lead-glazed earthenware, which became known by 1765 as Queen’s Ware.

This lightly colored ware proved so successful that it competed with imported porcelain, was imitated throughout the country, and is now recognized as the precursor to fine bone china. It was recently sold on the internet for slightly under 0.

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