This Foley dish features an 'all over' pattern of tiny pink, blue and yellow flowers.  The dish is square with a slight fluting to the edge and gold trim.  This Foley mark was produced by E. Brain & Co Ltd in Fenton between 1948 and the early 1960's.

This is a good sized dish best used for jam or sweets.

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Similar to Royal Albert 'Sweet Romance'

This dainty Foley trio is a darling. It features a border of hand painted flowers in orange, lemon and pink with green detail overlaid on a stylized spider's web background. The cup foot features a ring of moulded hand painted flowers to match the floral border. A delicate green line decorates the inside rim of the cup and the cup handle. The back stamp dates it to the early 1930’s.

One trio is available for hire in this pattern.


This Folely pattern is called ‘Windsor’ and features floral bouquets against a regal red tracery boarder with scrolling. The floral bouquet is repeated inside the cup. The trio dates between 1950 and the mid 1960’s.

One trio is available for hire in this pattern.

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