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If you are at all interested in antique bone china you will need to keep this guide handy. This section is not a directory of pottery marks, but explains who founded the company, in what era, and what happened subsequently. The A - Z directory starts immediately below a short introduction.

As recovered from Scruton station between Leeming Bar and Ainderby in Wensleydale.

The station closed in 1954GWR Bristol Division Retirement Book as presented to Jonathan Hogg.

Just over 12" buffer to buffer and in extremely good condition. Leather bound Desk Tidy with a pair of glass inkwells, a rotating calendar, a couple of dipping pens and a delightful wooden handled rubber stamp with 'Great Western Railway Of England' on the face and the stamping face reading 'Great Western Railway Of England C. Rider Travelling Passenger Agent 500 First Avenue New York'.Bone china is a type of porcelain with added animal bone.The firing temperature needs to be high and so is expensive to produce.(When they referred to Titanic as a “Floating Palace,” they weren’t kidding.) Let’s start with the highest prized china set in the collection, a demitasse cup and saucer in the “Wisteria” or “Brownfield” pattern that, made by Bridgwood, actually was a Titanic set; made for Titanic, yet never made it on board as it was stock china to replace what got worn or damaged from use.Had she not sunk on her maiden voyage, this set would have eventually been used on Titanic.Additionally a good quantity of official cards with 'Paddington Station' at the top and the Great Western Railway twin shield coat of arms with General Manager below at top right, quite possibly compliment slips for a few lines of notes to be added.