VINTAGE ROYAL WINTON CREAM AND SUGAR 1940'S

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VINTAGE ROYAL WINTON CHINTZ CREAM AND SUGAR 1940'S ROYALTY PATTERN

The Royalty pattern is well named with its red and purple flowers. Her Majesty Queen Mary ordered some of these in February 1937. It is so beautiful that it is featured on the cover of the Jo Anne Peterson Welsh book entitled Chintz Ceramics with values published by Schniffer Publishing Ltd.

This set is flawless, No Chips, No Cracks, No Repairs! I am not sure what the gold paint on the bottom is, but it appears to be some sort of signature.

Some Thought On Chintz History

Chintz pottery (a tightly grouped, small floral all over pattern) started becoming available in England in the early 1900s. Chintz was manufactured on a large scale between the 1920s and early 1950s and appearing primarily on basic tea ware and dinner ware. Typical chintz ware is lithographed transferpaper applied over clear glazed ware to retain the bright and natural colors of the paper. The widest range of transfer patterns were offered by the Winton Potteries , many of these designs were reserved, however a few were sold to other pottery manufacturers. Among the most widely seen patterns are the Rose Violet/Rose du Barry pattern and Paisley .

During World War II only practical
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