Grindley (England) Bread and Butter / Cake Plates (set x6)

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William Harry Grindley and Alfred Meakin established the W. H. Grindley & Company in 1880. When Alfred Meakin left in 1884, William became sole proprietor.

Grindley began producing ceramics at the Newfield Pottery in Tunstall in Stoke-on-Trent, England. In 1891, the company expanded and moved to the Woodfield Pottery, also in Tunstall.

The company manufactured a wide range of earthenware and ironstone pieces with the express intention of exporting to the USA, South America, Canada, and Australia


Pattern: Unknown Pattern Name
Model: Bread and Butter / Cake Plates

Dimensions: 18cm long x 16.5cm wide

Condition: All pieces are in great to excellent vintage condition, with very little surface wear. There are no chips or cracks.

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