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Redfern & Drakeford Trio Teacup, Saucer & Plate

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Oxfam Shop Plymouth Redfern & Drakeford Trio Teacup, Saucer & Plate Set Colour: Gilt edged, white, yellow, pink flower pattern. Dimensions: Teacup: Width across base: 3.5 cm Width to end of handle: 8 cm Width across top: 9 cm Height: 5.8 cm Saucer: Width: 15 cm Plate: Width: 18 cm Redfern & Drakeford were china manufacturers operating at the Chatfield Works (c.1892 - 1902) and Balmoral Works (c.1902 - 33), in the town of Longton, Stoke on Trent. The business was formed in 1892 by Alfred Redfern and William Matthew Drakeford - later they were joined in partnership by John George Gell Norbury. In 1908 Alfred Redfern left the partnership and the business was carried on by Drakeford and Norbury - but the company retained the name Redfern and Drakeford. In 1911 William Matthew Drakeford died, the business was carried on as Redfern & Drakeford and appears to have been run by Annie Drakeford and John George Gell Norbury. The business ceased manufacture in 1933 and the company was dissolved in Oct 1935. The marks on the bottom are circa 1892 - 1909. As can be seen from the picture the plate has been repaired with metal inserts on the bottom and the plate also has a small chip on the inner rim. See Oxfam website for delivery information

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