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#2340 Minton Marlow Breakfast Set

 S-309.  May be purchased as a set as shown here, or by the piece as shown below. See descriptions below

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$65 per set (1 plate and 1 cup and saucer)

#2340A Minton Marlow Dinner Plate

Made in England.  Pattern S-309.  So very elegant -- notice the unusual scalloped design on the rim, as well as the abundance of beautiful roses and other floral decoration.  Mark used beginning in 1951 and is apparently still in use today (Source:  Kovel's New Dictionary of Marks, by Ralph and Terry Kovel, page 110).  We have 3 of these in stock and they are all in pristine condition -- they appear to have never been used.  10 5/8" diameter

Minton Marlow Dinner Plate England

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$35 per plate
#2340B Minton Marlow Cup and Saucer

Made in England.  Pattern S-309.  Just as the plates, these are so very elegant and in pristine condition.  Saucer is 5 5/8" diameter.  Cup is 2 1/4" tall x 3 1/2" across top of cup opening.

Minton Marlow Cup and Saucer

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2729 Minton Demicup and Saucer

The closest I can come to dating the Minton mark is possibly c.1891-1902 (Source:  Collectible Cups and Saucers, Book III, Jim and Susan Harran, page 366). (As to the second mark with the word BIRKS, there was a Birks, Rawlins & Co., and like Minton, was also in business in  Stoke, Staffordshire, England, but I can't find a mark for them even close to this one.)  As to this beautiful set, it is hand painted and hand decorated.  Beautiful cobalt blue background with heavy gold decoration.  Beautiful roses in  ornate cartouches.  Footed cup is 2 3/8" tall x 2 3/4" diameter across top opening.  Saucer is 4 3/8" diameter.  A really gorgeous set!!! 

Item #2729


  $95  March 2006

#2638 Minton Golden Symphony Demicup and Saucer

#H-4919.  Mark is shown as c.1912-1950 (Source:  Kovel's New Dictionary of Marks, by Ralph and Terry Kovel, page 107).   Elegant little cup and saucer.  Cup is 2 1/4" tall and Saucer is 4 5/8" diameter.  Excellent condition.   SOLD

Minton Golden Symphony Demicup Item #2638

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