Johnson Brothers outdid themselves when they designed the stunning
Fleurette pattern. The scalloped rim of
Fleurette is adorned with delicate strawberries, cherries, clovers, flowers, and greenery. An embossed rope border is set off with a thin band of pink on the edge of each piece. With this pattern, it's easy to imagine a festive brunch on the porch as the weather turns balmy! We're offering a special 28-piece set, consisting of 4 dinner plates, 4 salad plates, 4 bread and butter plates, 4 fruit/dessert bowls, 4 cereal bowls, 4 large rimmed soup bowls, and 4 mugs.
With Johnson Brothers china, you can be assured of beauty, quality, and years of trouble-free service. In 1882 brothers Alfred, Fredrick, and Henry Johnson, grandsons of the famous Meakin dinnerware family, purchased in a bankruptcy sale the Charles Street Works at Stoke-on-Trent in the legendary china-producing region of Staffordshire, England. Building a reputation on basic whiteware known as "semi-porcelain," the Johnson Brothers company created dinnerware that had the delicate characteristics of fine china, but the durability of ironstone. In 1900 a fourth brother, Robert, relocated to the United States and established a presence for the company in North America. Patterns like
Old Britain Castles, and
Historic America, enjoy great popularity in England and the United States. Customers on both sides of the Atlantic have enjoyed the quality and durability of Johnson Brothers china for more than a century.