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 blue/green border, multi-hued floral center decoration, and gold accents on a pale ivory ground. 

Set of 8 serving pieces includes:
1 Large Oval Platter - 14" W x 11" D x 1.25" H
1 Small Oval Platter - 11.5"W x 9" D x 1.25" H
1 Oval Serving Bowl - 9" W x 7" D x 2.25
1 Round Serving Bowl - 6.25" Diameter x 2.75" H
1 Gravy Boat with Matching Under Plate - 8" W x 5.5" D x 4" H
1 Creamer Pitcher - 5" W x 4" D x 3.75" H
1 Lidded Sugar Bowl - 6.5" W x 4.75" D x 3.75" H 

Please see our separate listing for matching Yeovil service for 12 - 84 pieces. 

All are in very good vintage condition. While they appear to be barely used - there is some "scuffing" on the wide pale turquoise borders of both platters. Plus two scratches on the larger of the two. Plus minor gold loss. Otherwise NO chips, cracks, stains, or crazing of note. See photos for details.

1940's Johnson Brothers "Yeovil" Serving Pieces - Set of 8

SKU: 0776B
$395.00Price
  • 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..