Since then there have been several owners of , but despite all of the various takeovers, the name Royal Winton has been kept intact. He died as he lived, at full throttle. Today, Royal Winton produces quality lines that would make Leonard Grimwade a very proud man. In 1995 Royal Winton became part of the Taylor Tunnicliffe Group, registering the company as Grimwades, trading as Royal Winton and reproducing many of the chintz patterns. Later in the same year James Plant died and two years later his son James Junior took over as the Managing Director. The best known are designs by Royal Winton, James Kent Ltd. Embossed relief of flowers along the rim.
Pheasant with floral center and wide floral border. Today, Royal Winton Chintz goes through eighteen production processes and is fired a total of four times. Full size, fuschia decorations with dainty inside edge trim. Pattern prints were applied to the paper, and then transferred to the ceramic piece by removing the detachable backing. Crown Ducal and Shelley are listed in their own sections. This is for one cup with matching saucer.
They became the leading producer of this pattern. The Cup handle is finished with a ceramic rosebud. The pattern design was said to have been modeled after a needlepoint cushion worked by Leonard's wife. Click on any of the top titles to sort. They became the leading producer of this pattern.
. They were well known producers of earthenware, majolica and jet. Chintz ceramics were out of style by the 1960s, when newlyweds wanted simpler dinner sets. Some light crazing but otherwise in good condition. No products were found matching your selection. You can sort by any title. The pattern was discontinued in the '60s due to the high production costs required for it, making it a highly desirable find today.
Royal Winton Backstamps Used 1934 - 1945 Used 1945 - 1951 Used 1951. One out of the 4 pieces the date mark was legible. Royal Winton Royal Winton History Leonard Lumsden Grimwade, born in Ipswich in 1864, was the driving force behind Grimwades Royal Winton pottery. Since this acquisition, the company has reintroduced some of the Chintz patterns. This one does not have the markings. Founded by Leonard Lumsden Grimwade, the company enjoyed early success, expanding from one showroom in Stoke-on-Trent to four factories and another showroom in London within two decades.
Royal Winton became well known for producing more than 60 Chintz patterns, flowery and colorful designs which were originally imported from India. The company's board decided the first course of action would be to resurrect the once proud chintz lines. Working out of what was little more than a shack, Grimwades Limited became widely known in a short period of time due to Leonard's innate feel for ceramic designs that would be popular with customers. Ceramics, and in particular chintz patterns, could now be mass-produced. Royal Winton China: Grimwade Brothers were established in 1886 by Leonard Lumsden Grimwade and his brother, Sidney Richard. Business was so brisk, and with company turnover doubling year by year, a new Winton Pottery was built in 1982 to cope with this developing trade.
Sugar Bowl measures 12 x 9 cm; height 6. In 1931 Leonard Grimwade died in a car accident, failing to avoid a bus at crossroads. Seeing potential in a fanciful design known as chintz, Leonard wanted to add this pattern to Grimwades tea sets. Royal Winton Grimwades Silver Glaze Ceramic Tea Pot Set — Mint Condition Superb ceramic Tea Pot, Milk Jug and Sugar Bowl Set with a silver coloured glaze made by Royal Winton Grimwades. Embossed relief of flowers along the rim.
They are all from the same person so are all this time frame. Founded by Leonard Lumsden Grimwade, the company enjoyed early success, expanding from one showroom in Stoke-on-Trent to four factories and another showroom in London within two decades. Lovely floral border and center of rose blue and yellow flowers. In 1964 the company was taken over by the Howard Pottery Co Limited of Shelton. Old lithographing techniques are also used to achieve the floral pattern so revered by collectors. In green with a gold trim. Gaining recognition in the ceramic trade as word spread of their expertise, business began to expand for the Grimwades.
Royal Winton was the industry leader in developing processes that allowed the intricately patterned chintz pieces to be economically produced for the masses, and the popularity of chintz patterns increased significantly. They are square in shape. They are all from the same person so are all this time frame. A few pieces are still being made. Lovely floral border and center of rose blue and yellow flowers.