English Dinnerware Patterns
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Established in 1875, Alfred was the brother of James and George (of J. & G. Meakin factory fame), operating his company out of Royal Albert, Victoria and Highgate factories in Tunstall. Eventually, the company passed out of family hands, becoming Myott-Meakin. Popular patterns included Meakin Tonquin and Meakin Kingsdale, which were both made in various colours, and many unnamed patterns were created on a body shape called bleu de roi.
Choose one of
the following pattern names:
Athol (Blue de Roi body shape)
Bleu de Roi - a body shape, not a pattern
Home Pastures (multi-coloured)
Sinclair (Bleu de Roi body shape)
Tonquin (AM blue)
Tonquin (AM brown)
Tonquin (AM pink)
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