For over a century the Johnson Brothers manufactured fine dinnerware at their factories in Stoke-on-Trent, England. Crafting a broad range of dinnerware made with their proprietary "semi-porcelain" construction which combined the delicacy of fine china with the durability of ironstone. The "Yeovil" pattern was developed for the booming post World War 2 market. Each piece features a peach fluted "gadroon" edge, wide pale turquoise border, multi-hued floral center decoration, and gold accents on a pale ivory ground.

Set of 84 pieces includes:

12 Dinner Plates - 10" Diameter

12 Square Salad Plates - 7.75" x 7.75"

12 Rimmed Soup Bowls - 8" Diameter

12 Bread & Butter Plates - 6,25?" Diameter

10 Side "Berry" Bowls - 5.18" Diameter

13 Teacups - 2.25" High x 4" Diameter (plus handle)

13 Saucers - 5.58" Diameter

 

Please see our separate listing for matching serving pieces.

 

All are in very good vintage condition. While they appear to be barely used - there is some "scuffing" on the wide blueish green border (probably from storage). Along with some minor gold loss and utensil scratches. Otherwise NO chips, cracks, stains, or crazing of note. See photos for details..

An additional $175 charge will be billed separately in additon to purchase price for shipping within the 48 contiguous Unites States via FedEX Home/Ground delivery. For locations beyond we will happily provide an estimate bsed on your final destination. And post approval bill you separately for the agreed upon amount. See Shipping and handling section for further details. 

1940's Johnson Brothers "Yeovil" Service for 12

SKU: 0776A
$895.00Price
  • All are in very good vintage condition. While they appear to be barely used - there is some "scuffing" on the wide blueish green border (probably from storage). Along with some minor gold loss and utensil scratches. Otherwise NO chips, cracks, stains, or crazing of note. See photos for details..