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Plate in "Maple" pattern
late 19th century
Maker: Minton (English, 1793-2001)
Country: UK; England
Plate in "Maple" pattern
late 19th century
Maker: Minton (English, 1793-2001)
Country: UK; England
Pictorial tile entitled "Pelleas," one of a series from "Tennyson's Idylls of the King"
Design introduced c.1876, made bewtween 1876-1890
Maker: Designed by John Moyr Smith (Scottish, 1839–1912), made by Minton Ceramic Factory (English, 1793 -1968)
Country: UK; England
Passover soup bowl
Country: UK; England
Pictorial tile entitled "Geraint," one of a series from "Tennyson's Idylls of the King"
Design introduced c.1876, made between 1876-1890
Maker: Designed by John Moyr Smith (Scottish, 1839–1912), made by Minton Ceramic Factory (English, 1793-1968)
Country: UK; England
Passover dish
1958 or later
Country: UK; England
Pictorial tile entitled "Humpty Dumpty," one of a series from "Nursery Rhymes"
c.1873
Maker: Designed by John Moyr Smith (Scottish, 1839–1912), made by Minton Hollins & Co. (English, active 1845-1968 )
Country: UK; England
Pictorial tile entitled "Gareth," one of a series from "Tennyson's Idylls of the King"
Design introduced c.1876, made between 1876-1890
Maker: Designed by John Moyr Smith (Scottish, 1839–1912), made by Minton Ceramic Factory (English, 1793-1968)
Country: UK; England
Pictorial tile
c.1880-1890
Maker: Minton Hollins & Co. (English, active 1845-1968 )
Country: UK; England
Pictorial tile
c.1885
Maker: Minton Ceramic Factory (English, 1793 -1968)
Country: UK; England
Pictorial tile entitled "Elaine," one of a series from "Tennyson's Idylls of the King"
Design introduced c.1876, made between 1876-1890
Maker: Designed by John Moyr Smith (Scottish, 1839–1912), made by Minton Ceramic Factory (English, 1793-1968)
Country: UK; England
Matzah Dish
20th century
Country: UK; England
Pictorial tile entitled "Etarre," one of a series from "Tennyson's Idylls of the King"
Design introduced c.1876, made between 1876-1890
Maker: Designed by John Moyr Smith (Scottish, 1839–1912), made by Minton Ceramic Factory (English, 1793-1968)
Country: UK; England
Pictorial tile entitled "Guinevere," one of a series from "Tennyson's Idylls of the King"
Design introduced c.1876, made bewtween 1876-1890
Maker: Designed by John Moyr Smith (Scottish, 1839–1912), made by Minton Ceramic Factory (English, 1793-1968)
Country: UK; England
Infant/ invalid feeder
c.1833-1847
Maker: Copeland and Garrett, Spode Ceramic Works (English, c. 1776–1833; present day)
Country: UK; England
Pictorial tile entitled "Vivien," one of a series from "Tennyson's Idylls of the King"
Design introduced c.1876, made between 1876-1890
Maker: Designed by John Moyr Smith (Scottish, 1839–1912), made by Minton Ceramic Factory (English, 1793-1968)
Country: UK; England
Pictorial tile entitled "Lynette", one of a series from "Tennyson's Idylls of the King"
Design introduced c.1876, made between 1876-1890
Maker: Designed by John Moyr Smith (Scottish, 1839–1912), made by Minton Ceramic Factory (English, 1793-1968)
Country: UK; England
Pictorial tile
c.1885
Maker: Minton Ceramic Factory (English, 1793-1968)
Country: UK; England
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