Thanks for reaching out. I'm attaching several photos and the mark.
Looking forward to finding out what this is!!!
Thank you very much for the answer. Was it common for china makers to not assign a pattern number or name? This might go in my favour as I may now call it "rare". I have been scouring the internet for weeks trying to find it and that pattern is just not there. We have many of the accessory pieces and almost a complete setting for 12.
No, it was actually very common to not have a name on a pattern and does not make yours rare at all. That began to come into favor when companies realized they could highlight a set with a name and charge a premium for that pattern. In general Alfred Meakin china is considered of lower grade than other English makers of the same time like Minton and Coalport, for example.
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