I have no idea where the set was bought but would like to know more about it.I have always known it as a Harlequen Tea Set but have searched and can find no record of this. Sawyer - USA - I have a small vase about 5-1/8 inches high. Thank you.sally moore - i have a midwinter porcelon burslem england hand painted tea caddy.I also have 2 jugs or stiens which match, they are what looks like flow blue or delph pottery, the only marks on the bottom are TLS 1750 or JLS 1750 in blue, they are a washer women and a man with a cane or switch in his hand, both are sitting and their hats are the lids to the jug. Elizabeth Wells - My mother was given as a llittle gilr a clarice cliff Coronation cup saucer and tea plate creamware with turquisoe blue and gold decorated.
The tile itself is about a 1/2 an inch thick and cork backed. It is an english scene with a cottage and a man and women in a boat with cows in a stream.
this plate has a little girl sitting on a log holding a doll, looking at a frog also sitting on the plate is all painted in blue with a field forefront and tree background.
do you have any information on this particular plate?
It's black with palm trees and a water bird with a long beak standing in water. Wondering if you know the date of manufacture or anything further regarding the teapot.
He used it everyday to make tea and now my kids and I do too. Jim Lee - We have a set of Enoch Wedgwood English Harvest china. The bottom has "Enoch Wedgewood (Tunstall) Ltd." on it with unicorn design.