Do you have the passion for exquisite china including traditional tableware, commemorative ware, and giftware? It is nice to have some fine china to use for special occasions like dinner with family during thanksgiving or Christmas Eve. Using fine tableware during important occasions can create memories and tradition that will usually last a lifetime. It is always nice to bring to mind beautiful memories of family coming together for a wonderful dinner to celebrate important occasions.
John Aynsley established a pottery business and was known as a master pottery maker in the year of 1775 based on research information. The business was located in England at Lane End (Langton) in Staffordshire according to information obtained. An early piece of Earthenware made by the company, printed in black and enameled had an inscription on it which read "Keep within the compass and you shall be sure to avoid many troubles which others endure" according to research information.
In 1776 Flint Street Pottery opened, the orgin of Aynsley China based on research. The Portland Works opened in 1861 and probably it was thought designed by John Aynsley II. John Aynsley was the Mayor of Langton from 1886 through 1890 according to information obtained.
The Aynsley company is well known for its production of quality fine china based on research. Over the years they have honored the royal families with superb pieces and sets of fine china based on research information. The Aynsley company commemorated Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee, by depicting a portrait of Queen Victoria on a plate, cup and saucer. Her reign was from 1837 through 1897 based on research. Honors were paid to Queen Elizabeth upon her marriage to Prince Phillip, she selected the Aynsley "Windsor" pattern out of 15 designs presented for her choice based on information obtained. Lady Diana Spencer received a complete Anysley dinner service on the occasion of her marriage to Prince Charles according to research information.
Aynsley China Store at Silver Queen's website features a five piece setting of Aynsley China in the pattern of Blue Garland-Aynsley, item #10060193 for $69.00 a setting based on information obtained. Another offering features an Aynsley china, 5 piece setting in the Blue Orient pattern. The place setting contains a dinner plate, cup and saucer, a bread and butter plate and a salad plate, the list cost is $69.00 for each setting based on research.
This same website offers a Concerto-Aynsley pattern available in a five piece setting which also includes the Anysley china dinner plate, cup and saucer, bread and butter plate and a salad plate, the price of this Aynsley china setting is $249.00 according to information obtained. There is a Concerto-Aynsley
pattern available in a new twenty peice service for four, in four, five-piece settings, priced at $987.00 with a six to ten week delivery time based on research information.
Aynsley fine china is featured by The Find website with a Aynsley English Fine Bone China Cup and Saucer, Antique, in Green and White. The cup has gold engraving inside the top of the cup, the base on the outside of the saucer has an Aynsley emblem and crest. This is advertised as a unique item, offered by Antiques Gallery for a price of $82.00, all based on research information.
Aynsley China has also established itself as an outstanding manufacturer and designer of fine bone china with exquisite designs, high quality, and value. Over the years, the company seeks to be ahead in innovative designs for better products and customer service.
Vintage Aynsley China is a real gem which you can use to celebrate important events in your life. Some of these Vintage Aynsley China can be found in many specialty shops all over the United States and in vintage shops, online auctions sites, and even in large flee markets scattered all over the country.
An Aynsley Fine Bone China-Pembroke Creamer, England is advertised by the Tea Pots and Cookie Jars website as being an elegant pattern which is a reproduction of an 18th Century Aynsley design based on information obtained. The Aynsley fine china piece has blue birds in a floral garden with gold trim. The smooth edged creamer is said to have a flower on the inside of the spout and a green laurel around the border based on information in the advertisement. The creamer is said to measure 3 1/4" tall and holds eight ounces. The piece of Aynsley fine china piece is date marked 1985 on the bottom all based on information obtained on the creamer. It is said to be in excellent condition, no cracks or chips or other damage, the creamer is priced at $21.00 reduced from $32.95 all based on research.
Vintage Aynsley china is featured by Worth Point with a Vintage Aynsley china cup and saucer in a Tiny Roses pattern, which is advertised as being in mint condition, having no cracks, or chips based on information obtained. The price is not stated. Go Antiques offers a Vintage Aynsley Dogwood pattern, Bone China Saucer for a cost of $16.00 based on information secured.
Go Antiques also features a Vintage Aynsley Tea Cup and Saucer in Bone China with a Green Crown, the saucer is 5.5" wide, the cup is 3.5" wide x 2.5" tall based on research. The Vintage Aynsley china set is circa 1891 and is being sold for $54.00 according to the advertisement and research.
In the year of 1997 The Belleek Pottery Group makers of one of Ireland's best known products brought Aynsley China. Aynsley then became a part of the Belleek Group which includes Galway Crystal and Donegal based on research information.