From: Terri Hoshell Posted on: Sunday, September 09, 2001, 11:26 PM
WOW! Your site is FABULOUS! I found a few "Copenhagen" plates by: John Steventon & Sons, and I have been looking ALL over to get some info about them. Your site was the first to even show a picture of them (under: General). Would you say that Copenhagen is a "Flow Blue"? It doesn't look like a traditional Blue transfer ware to me. Thanks! Terri
From: Betty Walker Posted on: Wednesday, October 17, 2001, 10:51 PM
I have a square plate 8 1/2 " diameter with a poppy design. It is not like the poppy designs on your web site. The flowers are smaller and done more like an oriental design. The colours are orange (main poppies) others are mauve and yellow. The markings indicate the Royal Venton Ware, etc with numbers '2854' stamped on the back. The number '20' is also stamped under the '2854'. There is also the number '31' impressed into the plate itself. I would like to send you pictures of the plate but every time I try you email address, it is returned. I would dearly love to find out more information about this plate. Thank you
From: Jim Morton Posted on: Wednesday, October 24, 2001, 07:18 PM
I would be interested to have any further info regarding the 'Farmers Arms' mug as I have a small collection.
From: Gail Gray - the Middle East Posted on: Thursday, October 25, 2001, 05:53 PM
Hello: In 1993 I bought a "Floretta" set in a flea market I have what I use as a medium sized fruit salad bowel and six smaller bowels. They are the lilac pink with a yellow centre. There is one very like on your web page. Thank you for helping me to find out what they are after all these years. I now live in the Middle East (bought them in Nova Scotia) and get a lot of pleasure from them. Can you tell me what valuation they have? Very much appreciated. Regards Gail Gray
From: Dennis Elliott Posted on: Saturday, October 27, 2001, 04:31 PM
Please could you tell me if you sell Ring Tree's ?
From: Greg Sparks - USA Posted on: Sunday, November 25, 2001, 10:08 PM
I purchased a set of 3 blue jugs with pheasants painted in the middle and along the top rim within a gold border. I found them in Bermondsey (sp) in London back in 1984 and haven't seen anything like them since. Would you have any more information about them. They are stamped John Steventon and Sons and a Royal Venton Ware stamp. The three jugs are of different heights but match in pattern. Sincerely Greg Sparks Rockford, Illinois USA