Royal Winton is an English brand of earthenware and fine bone china tableware, made by Grimwades Limited, a Stoke-on-Trent based company founded by Leonard Lumsden Grimwade and his elder brother, Sidney Richard Grimwade, in Among many other themes, the company made pieces with New Zealand interest, partly directed at the market there. In , they produced the first of their Chintz pattern designs, for which the company has become famous. In the s the company was acquired by Coloroll , a home furnishings conglomerate. Following the financial failure of Coloroll, Royal Winton was bought out by the management. Plate with Whangarei Falls.
How to Identify Royal Winton Pottery
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Paragon China was introduced by the Star China Co. He had gained much experience in the manufacture of good quality china, having been in business with his father for many years. John Aynsley retired in July Irving subsequently joined his father-in-law as a partner in the Star China Company when Illingworth retired in Such was the popularity of Paragon China that in the company decided to change its name and in became The Paragon China Company.
Hugh Irving, who had been in active control of the business for many years, became sole proprietor in September , when the partnership was dissolved and Herbert Aynsley retired. In , the Company became known as Paragon China Limited. Irving was a very astute businessman making the best of every opportunity afforded him. He introduced modern methods of publicity such as window display competitions for retailers and he organised events attended by celebrities of the day.
Their Chintz pattern designs, which made the company very successful, first appeared in It has recently been merged with Duchess China Ltd, its sister company. The brand was popular for its design and quality. The natural talent the two brothers had shown for pottery led to the start of the business. By , Grimwade Ltd already had 4 factories within Stoke-on-Trent after they had earlier purchased in London as well as in Stoke-on-Trent in
Royal Winton Grimwades Marion chintz Mini Teapot Stacking Set Tea and minor imperfections dating from time of manufacture, which are.
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Grimwades Royal Winton Hand-Painted Vintage Tea Plate Pattern Vintage Tea Plate by Grimwades Royal Winton in the s, decorated with a vibrant.
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This work deals with Royal Winton Chintz, a fast-growing pottery area for collection. All the known patterns are illustrated in colour, with the history of the factory and current market values. Nevertheless the possibility of error always exists. The publisher will not be held responsible for losses which may occur in the purchase, sale or other transaction of items because of information contained herein.
Readers who feel they have discovered errors are invited to write and inform us so that these may be corrected in subseauent editions.
This is a small teapot in the hibiscus pattern by Royal Winton Grimwades, England. This is a rare piece dating to the s. The teapot is a pale yellow.
H-6 2. Ha 3. H 4. H 5. H-7 6. H 7. H 8. H 9. H H70 H-8 Some information by the item numbers: l 1. Royal Winton fuchsia dish – Green dish with raised fuchsia motif and gilt edging.
Dating Great Canadian Souvenir China – (1890s-1930)
There are lots that match your search criteria. Subscribe now to get instant access to the full price guide service. A Hose Street Pottery vase, signed N. Bloor, a Grimwades Royal Winton fruit bowl and a S. Condition: No damage, repairs or restoration.
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Although chintz ceramics have been produced since the 17 th century, most American collectors are looking for the English chintz pottery produced from the s until the late s by factories like Grimwade’s Royal Winton , James Kent, Elijah Cotton Lord Nelson and A. Richardson Crown Ducal. In three books were published almost simultaneously in Canada, in the United States and in England and collecting became frenzied. Inevitably, the factories were approached to reproduce chintz and both Royal Winton and James Kent started to reproduce their old patterns and shapes in It can be difficult for new collectors or occasional chintz dealers to buy chintz with confidence — especially on the Internet auction sites.
The first piece of so-called new Royal Winton was a limited edition Florence vase in a new shape, carefully marked and numbered. Winton also produced a Julia stacking teapot and Nita wall pockets in Julia, Florence and Summertime for the Old Chintz Company; the backstamp on these pieces is very similar to the vintage backstamp except for the limited edition. Since Winton never made limited editions prior to anything with limited edition in the backstamp is definitely new.
When Royal Winton decided to make new tableware and gift wares they used the so-called “deco” backstamp original shown Fig. The company felt that adding “LTD. Various collectors groups around the world disagreed. After discussion, the factory added “” under the backstamp starting in February Fig. Pieces sent from the factory from late to February do not have “”. The three patterns reproduced during this three or four-month period were Summertime, Florence and Julia.
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From the s to c , an enormous amount of small souvenir china ware was produced for sale in Canada, as the expansion of the railways, and road, and steamboat travel, took thousands of mostly urban Canadians, on sight seeing trips that were unheard of only a generation earlier. Even Torontonians didn’t go very far, at first, maybe only 30 or 40 miles, but it was a new excursion to visit Cousin Emma they hadn’t seen since Christmas the year before.
But what an adventure, the steam whistle on the engine, shrieking across the landscape, the frantic chugging up the grade, the smoke cloud over everything as the farm fields flitted past To get to Niagara Falls, a most popular destination, Torontonians preferred going by steamer across, instead of the train around, Lake Ontario. To give these ravenous tourists a memento of their excursion to bring back, to show they had “been there,” thousands of small china souvenirs were produced in countless shapes, and from thimble size to plates.
Absolutely essential, was the adorning colour portrait of the tourist destination, complete with title of the scene and location. Small was important because hand-carrying portability was key, especially among the womenfolk. The souvenirs also had to appeal to the eye, and appear, at least, to be somewhat utilitarian. After all this was the generation that had hardly ever heard of leisure time before. So “thinking of household work” was a constant preoccupation and the crafty souvenir makers targetted this guilt complex shamelessly.
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Readers who feel they have discovered errors are invited to write and inform us so that these may be corrected in subsequent editions. Foreword Following our takeover of Royal Winton in , it soon became apparent that we had acauired a company with a unique heritage.
Lovely Coaching Scene” Wall Pocket Vase from Royal Winton Grimwades, in the PAULA shape. I have been unable to find a definitive dating for this shape but it.
I can’t find another example of the backstamp. My final concern is the condition – it’s almost too good with no sign of crazing what-so-ever. I’m certainly not an expert but it seems to me if it were an actual antique, there should be some signs that it had been around for a long time. Pic 3 shows the bottom.
There is a raised rectangle that has a faint impressed number in it. The arrow points out a mark that seems to be intentional. Pic 4 shows what I would think is a pretty major firing flaw on the inside wall of the pot. Any thoughts on the subject or hints as to where I could get more information? Goddens doesn’t show all variations of the standard marks simply because some of the variations are uncommon and may not have been available to the writer at the time of publication.
Any modern faker wanting to pull the wool over our eyes would choose a common mark to copy readily shown in books like Goddens. What there has been is a minor industry around the revival of tastes for chintz in the ‘s in some markets. The people owning the Grimwades name re-issued several chintz patterns – marking them with the Royal Winton backstamp the word ‘Royal’ always seeming to be an aid to selling.
Forgers have been known to alter these modern version of the standard Royal Winton mark in order for them to look like the old marks. However, your mark does not appear to be in this category.
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Identify Royal Winton antique pottery by locating an authentic backstamp or by looking for Royal Winton’s famous chintz patterns: tight flower designs that cover the outside of the pottery, sometimes painted by hand and other times attached as decals. You can also use backstamps to determine the decade in which the pottery was made, as these marks have been used and periodically altered ever since the early s.
The unique marks that identify Royal Winton pottery include the backstamp or the large letter “R” in a circle. Royal Winton backstamps include Atlas supporting a globe that says Grimwades, used from ; a globe wrapped in a ribbon that says “Winton” with a crown overhead, used in the s; globes with a Grimwades strap that say either “Stoke On Trent” or “England,” used in the s, and a round art deco mark that spells out “Royal Winton” in a circle that enwraps the words “Grimwades Made in England,” used in
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A really sweet piece of vintage chintz with a lovely pale buttery yellow background and smothered in sprays of multicoloured flowers in a typical ‘s palette. The pot measures Condition is good with a tiny nibble to the spout and a little wear to the gilding on the handle. Declaration This item is antique. The date of manufacture has been declared as Link to this item.
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