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Ye Olde Indian Tree China Replacements by Bridgwood & Son

Replacement China in the Bridgwood & Son, Ye Olde Indian Tree china pattern Made in China.

Bridgwood (1805 – 1990s) - The company was formed in 1805 and was called Sampson Bridgwood and Son. Based at the Anchor Pottery in Longton, Staffordshire from 1853, the name Sampson Bridgwood (& Son) was retained, but as early as 1879, no Bridgwood was involved with the concern. Trade advertisements of the 1880's up to 1886 list 'china of the finest quality' in tea, breakfast and dessert services, trinket and dejeuner sets, plaques and wares, designed in most cases by H.J. Kane. From 1887 mention of porcelain was not included in Victorian advertisements, which concentrated on the earthenware manufacture.

bridgwood & son ye olde indian tree luncheon plate  Ye Olde Indian Tree by Bridgwood & Son
  Pattern #: 5800
  Description: Indian Tree Floral Design, Brown Greek Key rim, smooth edge
  Status: Discontinued:
  Condition: Used; light crazing front and back side
ye olde indian tree backstamp
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Luncheon Plate 9" (light crazing front and backside) BRDYEOITlp 1 $14.99 Add to Cart
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