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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!!!

Royal Worcester Evesham Gold Ramekins and Shells ca 1960’s

26 Mar

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Royal Worcester Introduced the Evesham pattern in 1961. According to the Royal Worcester web site, the pattern was named for a town in the farm region known as the fruit basket of England. Luscious ripe fruits in rich autumn colors accented by a gold band.
The ramekins are priced at $3 each and the shells at $4 each.
These items will be for sale in my booth at the Almonte Antique Market, 26 Mill Street, Almonte ON.
Please note these items are now SOLD!!!