Antique English Flow Blue Staffordshire Semi-Porcelain Pottery Sugar Bowl, "Warwick" Pattern, Johnson Bros, England
Antique English Flow Blue Staffordshire Semi-Porcelain Pottery Sugar Bowl, "Warwick" Pattern, Johnson Bros, England
Antique English Flow Blue Staffordshire Semi-Porcelain Pottery Sugar Bowl, "Warwick" Pattern, Johnson Bros, England
Antique English Flow Blue Staffordshire Semi-Porcelain Pottery Sugar Bowl, "Warwick" Pattern, Johnson Bros, England
Antique English Flow Blue Staffordshire Semi-Porcelain Pottery Sugar Bowl, "Warwick" Pattern, Johnson Bros, England
Antique English Flow Blue Staffordshire Semi-Porcelain Pottery Sugar Bowl, "Warwick" Pattern, Johnson Bros, England
Antique English Flow Blue Staffordshire Semi-Porcelain Pottery Sugar Bowl, "Warwick" Pattern, Johnson Bros, England
Antique English Flow Blue Staffordshire Semi-Porcelain Pottery Sugar Bowl, "Warwick" Pattern, Johnson Bros, England
Antique English Flow Blue Staffordshire Semi-Porcelain Pottery Sugar Bowl, "Warwick" Pattern, Johnson Bros, England
Antique English Flow Blue Staffordshire Semi-Porcelain Pottery Sugar Bowl, "Warwick" Pattern, Johnson Bros, England
Antique English Flow Blue Staffordshire Semi-Porcelain Pottery Sugar Bowl, "Warwick" Pattern, Johnson Bros, England

Antique English Flow Blue Staffordshire Semi-Porcelain Pottery Sugar Bowl, "Warwick" Pattern, Johnson Bros, England

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Antique English flow blue ironstone china sugar bowl by Johnson Brothers, England, in the Warwick pattern. This is from my own collection of many decades, and displays beautifully. Crown underglaze mark in green. Johnson Brothers was a British tableware manufacturer and exporter that was noted for its early introduction of semi-porcelain tableware. It was among the most successful Staffordshire potteries which produced tableware, much of it exported to the United States, from the 1890s through to the 1960s. The Warwick pattern dates c.1900.  Owing to fragile aspects of the sugar bowls, this is considered a rare piece. Full measurements noted on photos.

Very good to excellent condition for age and type, no breaks, cracks nor hairlines, glaze is undamaged and one sees no flaw in display. There is a very tiny inner lid rim niip, visible in our photos that show the underside interior of lid. It is the only flaw to note. A beautiful old piece I've used at table and also as a flower vase.