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Meadowsweet Cereal Bowls by Old Staffordshire by Johnson Brothers, England from 1930s

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These bowls are from the Meadowsweet pattern of the Old Staffordshire line by Johnson Brothers, England.
They are semi-porcelain and are 6 ¼” in diameter X 1 ½”deep

We have 4 bowls in this pattern. Each one is well used with the gold beaded rim in tact except for s couple of chips on the edges. Each bowl is very crazed in finish.


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Meadowsweet Cereal Bowls by Old Staffordshire by Johnson Brothers, England from 1930s

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