Blyth Porcelain Co. Ltd


Since 1888 Duchess made China - there are some great patterns - and we're going to seek out the older ones - check these pages regularly

OLD NAMES
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ADDERLEYS LTD  ALTON CHINA
G L BENTLEY
BLAIRS
BLYTH
BOOTHS
A B JONES & SONS    BRITANNIA CHINA WINDSOR CHINA
MOORE BROS

DUCHESS PATTERNS

OLD ENGLAND   COVENT GARDEN
THISTLE
GREEN SLEEVES
JUNE BOUQUET
IVY
FRESH FIELDS
INDIAN TREE
TRANQUILITY  

MAKERS MARKS
What makers marks mean

Blyth Porcelain Co.Ltd, Blyth Works, (1905-1935)  was formerly known as the Dresden Porcelain co. (1896-1904). The company was known for coffee, tea and dinner services and was taken over by A. T. Finney in 1935. Some A. T. Finney marks are shown on the Duchess China pages.

 

   See some great examples of china

There are some great examples of Duchess China and other makers on this site - take a look around

Stoke Pottery - Leading the World
Pottery From Stoke on Trent
Pottery from this area continues to lead the world

 

 

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