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Plate in "Quebec" pattern with scene "St. Louis Gate"
1880s
Maker: Made by Britannia Pottery (Robert Cochran & Co. and successors, Scottish, 1856-1935), retailed by Francis T. Thomas (Canadian, 1874-1897)
Country: UK; Scotland
Sugar bowl in "Quebec" pattern with scene "Basilica & Seminary"
c. 1925-1935
Maker: Made by Britannia Pottery Co. Ltd. (Scottish, 1920-1935)
Country: UK; Scotland
Plate in "Quebec" pattern with scene "St. Louis Gate"
1880s
Maker: Made by Britannia Pottery (Robert Cochran & Co. and successors, Scottish, 1856-1935), retailed by Francis T. Thomas (Canadian, 1874-1897)
Country: UK; Scotland
Covered tureen in "Quebec" pattern with scene "Cape Diamond"
1880s
Maker: Made by Britannia Pottery (Robert Cochran & Co. and successors, Scottish, 1856-1935), retailed by Francis T. Thomas (Canadian, 1874-1897)
Country: UK; Scotland
Teapot and lid in "Quebec" pattern with scene "Lorette Falls"
1880s
Maker: Made by Britannia Pottery (Robert Cochran & Co. and successors, Scottish, 1856-1935), retailed by Francis T. Thomas (Canadian, 1874-1897)
Country: UK; Scotland
Pitcher in "Quebec" pattern with scene "Natural Steps, Montmorency River"
1880s
Maker: Made by Britannia Pottery (Robert Cochran & Co. and successors, Scottish, 1856-1935), retailed by Francis T. Thomas (Canadian, 1874-1897)
Country: UK; Scotland
Child's plate
c.1840-1850
Maker: John Thomson, Annfield Pottery
Country: UK; Scotland
Cup in "Quebec" pattern with scenes "Basilica & Seminary" and "Breakneck Steps"
1880s
Maker: Made by Britannia Pottery (Robert Cochran & Co. and successors, Scottish, 1856-1935), retailed by Francis T. Thomas (Canadian, 1874-1897)
Country: UK; Scotland
Plate in "Quebec" pattern with scene "Montmorency Falls"
1880s
Maker: Made by Britannia Pottery (Robert Cochran & Co. and successors, Scottish, 1856-1935), retailed by Francis T. Thomas (Canadian, 1874-1897)
Country: UK; Scotland
Chair
Designed c.1898-1900, made c.1898-1900
Maker: Designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh (Scottish, 1868-1928), probably made by Francis Smith and Son
Country: UK; Scotland
Elevation and plan of a flower stand
1906
Maker: Designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh (Scottish, 1868-1928) for the Room de Luxe at Miss Cranston’s Willow Tea Rooms, Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow
Country: UK; Scotland
Lighting fixture
c.1900
Maker: Designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh (Scottish, 1868-1928)
Country: UK; Scotland
Armchair
1897
Maker: Designed in 1898-1899 by Charles Rennie Mackintosh (Scottish, 1868-1928) made c. 1898-1899 probably by Francis Smith and Son (Glasgow, Scotland)
Country: UK; Scotland
Cup in "Quebec" pattern with scenes "Basilica & Seminary", "Breakneck Steps"
1880s
Maker: Made by Britannia Pottery (Robert Cochran & Co. and successors, Scottish, 1856-1935), retailed by Francis T. Thomas (Canadian, 1874-1897)
Country: UK; Scotland
Vegetable Dish Cover in "Quebec" pattern with scene "Cape Diamond"
1880s
Maker: Made by Britannia Pottery (Robert Cochran & Co. and successors, Scottish, 1856-1935), retailed by Francis T. Thomas (Canadian, 1874-1897)
Country: UK; Scotland
Bowl in "Quebec" pattern with scene "Wolfe & Montcalm Monument"
1880s
Maker: Made by Britannia Pottery (Robert Cochran & Co. and successors, Scottish, 1856-1935), retailed by Francis T. Thomas (Canadian, 1874-1897)
Country: UK; Scotland
Bowl in "Quebec" pattern with the scene "St. John's Gate"
1880s
Maker: Made by Britannia Pottery (Robert Cochran & Co. and successors, Scottish, 1856-1935), retailed by Francis T. Thomas (Canadian, 1874-1897)
Country: UK; Scotland
Pitcher in "Quebec" pattern with scene "Lorette Falls"
1880s
Maker: Made by Britannia Pottery (Robert Cochran & Co. and successors, Scottish, 1856-1935), retailed by Francis T. Thomas (Canadian, 1874-1897)
Country: UK; Scotland
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