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Hello, I would be happy to look over your chinaware. Please could you send through a clear group photograph and an example of the back stamp found on the underside.
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Thank you for sending through these photographs of the two terrines and two soup terrines. I particularly love the matching ceramic ladels.
The J&G Meakin company based in Stafordshire, England, were large scale producers of earthenware from the 1850’s. They were particularly known for their Ironstone china, which was an alternative to porcelain. The back stamp Sol with registration number 391413 was used from 1912, with your set dating from the 1920's. I am afraid that I cannot find the name of this exact pattern but this kind of stylised colourful flowers was a popular design of J&G Meakin.
Today moist ceramic dinning ware / dinner services do not make money at auction so I would suggest you sell via and online market place such as ebay or etsy with a guide price of £350.
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