Luncheon Plates, Johnson Brothers, Goldendawn, Made In England, Set of 2, Yellow, Collectible
A lovely set of 2 luncheon plates made by Johnson Brothers in the Goldendawn pattern. The color is a soft yellow. These are from the 1920s. This set of plates would be wonderful display pieces for your china cabinet. They would also make beautiful small serving dishes.
Johnson Brothers Co. was founded in 1883 by Frederick and Alfred Johnson. By 1888, Frederick and Alfred’s elder brother, Henry, had joined the company, which produced its wares in a factory called the Charles Street Works in Stoke-on-Trent. During the 1920s, a new colored clay called “Dawn” was introduced—it came in gray, rose, green, and gold. This has become highly collectible today. Finally, in 1968, unable to remain independent any longer, Johnson Brothers joined the Wedgwood Group.
8 inches in diameter
These are in great condition. There are no chips, cracks, or crazing. They do have some utensil marks from being used and loved over the years.
It would make a marvelous gift for a wedding, housewarming, holiday, or special occasion.
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'LIKE NEW' Perfect mint condition.
EXCELLENT: Item has no chips cracks or crazing. May show wear from over the years such as small utensil marks.
GREAT: Item shows signs of wear due to everyday use. Larger utensil marks small flea bit chips.
VERY GOOD: Item has larger signs of wear from everyday use. Such as minor scratches, scuffing, crazing or flea bite chips.
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FAIR: Numerous noted flaws, some very significant. Larger cracks, chips, mars, etc. The item will have very significant wear for its years of use.