Archive | April, 2014

Johnson Bros. The Old Mill Dishes, Brown Transferware

29 Apr

 

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There are 79+ pieces of Johnson Bros. Old Mill patterned dishes for sale. They were manufactured between 1952 and 1977.  These are the brown transferware ones with some dashes of colour.  There are enough to make at least 8 complete place settings of dinner plates, luncheon plates, side plates, dessert bowls, cups and saucers and mugs with some extras.  There are five serving pieces including vegetables bowls, gravy boat, and platters.  There are also 7 chili bowls which I have never even seen before these.

I am selling the whole lot for $ 325.00.  This is a great deal as they would cost far more if sold individually. Replacements.com sells one dinner plate for $20 and one luncheon plate for $25.00.

They are currently for sale in my booth at the Almonte Antique Market, 26 Mill Street, Almonte ON.

Ploease note: ALL DINNER PLATES, LUNCHEON PLATES, CEREAL AND CHILI BOWLS, DESSERT BOWLS, LARGE VEGETABLE BOWLS ARE SOLD!!!

Royal Albert Set of Dishes in Haworth Pattern

29 Apr

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Royal Albert made these dishes from 1982 through to Dec 2001. Most of these dishes would be dated  in the 80’s according the to previous owner.   She also said they were rarely used and only brought out for special occasions.   They are in excellent condition with barely a sign of use on the surfaces.

The pattern is a delicate green, white and brown floral and the shape of the cups is called Gainsborough.   Some of the serving pieces are in the ‘Victoria’ shape.

This is a complete set of 58 pieces which includes place settings for 10: dinner plates, luncheon plates, side plates, cups, saucers, salt and pepper,  and several serving dishes.

They are currently for sale in my booth at the Almonte Antique Market, 26 Mill St., Almonte ON.

Priced at $450 for the set.

Please note these dishes are now SOLD!!!!

J. G. Meakin Set of Dishes, Evesham, Grace Shape

29 Apr

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These dishes were made by J. G. Meakin ca. 1950’s.  The pattern is called ‘Evesham’ and the shape of the dishes is called ‘Grace’.   It is not a complete set, but there are enough pieces to make a decent display on your table.  Very pretty pattern of what appears to be apple blossoms.  Nice contrasting solid pink cups and casserole dishes.  Most are in excellent condition.  There are a few smaller side plates with quite a bit of crazing and slight discolouration on them.  There are both a large and small teapot, large and small sets of cream and sugar.

For sale at my booth at the Almonte Antique Market, 26 Mill Street, Almonte ON.

Priced at $165 for the set.

Please note this set is now SOLD!!!

Funny Party Leuchter Candles and Candle Stick Holders,

19 Apr

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These are probably 1960’s or early 70’s, with the red polka dot mushrooms theme.  Mushrooms were quite the thing in the early 70’s.  I know, I lived through it.

These cute little candle holders are made in West Germany by Leuchter and I have seen boxes with the name Funny Leuchter and now these with Party-Leuchter.  I think leuchter means candlestick, or candlelabra.

Complete in the original box, with the original candles, always a plus.

These are for sale at my booth at the Almonte Antique Market, 26 Mill Street, Almonte ON

Priced at $8.00

Please note this item is SOLD!!