Tag Archives: J & G Meakin

J & G Meakin Avondale Royal Staffordshire Dishes

26 Jan




These dishes were manufactured by J. & G. Meakin Co., Royal Staffordshire England, ca. 1960’s or early 70’s.  The pattern is called Avondale.  I have 8 complete place settings which includes dinner plates, side plates, cereal bowls, cups and saucers. Also included are a platter, vegetable serving bowl and cream and sugar.  All dishes are in excellent condition with very little sign of wear to the surfaces. Several mugs are slightly lighter in colour.  They may have been used a bit more compared to the rest of the set.  Overall wonderful vintage condition.

This set is currently available at my booth at the Almonte Antique Market, 26 Mill Street, Almonte ON.  Open 7 days a week from 10am to 5pm, all year round. There are over 50 vendors in the Market which is a 2 storey brick heritage building on the main street of Almonte.

The set is priced at $275.00

These dishes are now SOLD!!!

Serious inquiries can be sent to my email address afacette@rogers.com

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!!!

J & G Meakin Coffee Pots ca. 1960’s, Studio Shape

13 Apr



Nice group of coffee pots by J & G Meakin Pottery Co.   The  pattern on the left with the flowers in rust and yellow is called Palma, the blue one in the middle is called Impact and the one on the right in browns is called Maori.  The shape of the pots is called Studio and this shape was launched by Meakin in 1964 with eight new patterns and continued until the late 70’s. They produced quite a few patterns in this shape as it was so successful.