Old Britain Castles-Pink Christmas by Johnson Brothers
These pieces feature the traditional
Old Britain Castles-Pink pattern, rimmed, scallop-shaped, with elaborate scroll designs on the rim – but at the center of the salad plate and on the side of the mug is a beautiful, traditional Christmas tree! Since the
Old Britain Castles-Pink pattern, with its various motifs of legendary castles and estates in England, lends itself so well to a holiday table, why not add just the right touches with your Christmas tree salad plates and mugs? With your favorite crystal and silver, a centerpiece of pine cones and holiday greenery, and your Christmas linens, you’ll set a table to remember! Make these lovely accent pieces a part of your holiday tradition.
Celebrating the holidays is a great tradition, and the tradition of Johnson Brothers is great, as well. 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. Customers on both sides of the Atlantic have enjoyed the quality and durability of Johnson Brothers china for more than a century.
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