Jenny Lind 1795, 7 Piece Place Setting, Royal Staffordshire Pottery

Royal Staffordshire


Beautiful ironstone seven (7) piece place setting, Royal Staffordshire Pottery, in the Jenny Lind 1795 pattern. Circa 1930's-1940's. White background with deep pink or red imagery. All pieces are in very good, vintage condition and show little signs of use. No chips, cracks or damage however all pieces do have visible age related crazing. Made in England. This listing is for (1) one place setting and there are (4) four available. 

Approximate Dimensions:

Dinner Plate: 9-7/8"
Salad Plate:  8:
Bread and Butter Plate: 6-1/2"
Fruit or Dessert Nappy: 5"
Coup Salad or Soup Bowl: 7-3/4" (D), 1-3/4" (H)
Teacup: 2-1/2" (H)
Saucer: 5-3/4" 

The following extra pieces are also available in this pattern.  

4 - Coup Salad or Soup Bowls
1 - Dinner Plate
2 - Salad Plates
3 - Bread and Butter Plates
4 - Fruit or Dessert Nappy

Jenny Lind was a Swedish opera singer, and one of the most highly regarded singers of the 19th century.

Royal Staffordshire's Jenny Lind pattern was very popular. It was an early 1900's replica of a pattern produced in the mid 1800's by the Meigh family of potters at the Old Hall Works in Hanley, Stoke-on-Trent. The '1795' in the pattern name refers to the start of the original Meigh family pottery. 

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