Royal Winton June Festival Pattern Ascot Straight Open Sugar & Creamer Set Serving Chintz China


Adorable Sugar and Creamer Set made by Royal Winton crafted in England. Small vintage open sugar bowl and creamer that are circa 1950s. The pattern is called June Festival.

The Royal Winton Company produced earthenware and fine bone china tableware made by Grimwades Limited, a Stoke-on-Trent based company founded in 1885. Pieces are marked with either name, or both.

In 1928, the company produced the first of their Chintz pattern designs, this pattern being one if them. Chintz is a style that was commonly used on calico fabrics featuring flowers on a solid background.

This set is marked Royal Winton Grimwades Made in England on the bottom.

This rare 2 piece set features a Chintz pattern of blue, light green and violet floral designs on a dark red or maroon colored background with an ivory or off-white white porcelain interior. This set displays beautifully.

Creamer - 2 1/2" high. Holds 4 oz.
Sugar -

In very nice vintage condition with no chips or cracks. Light wear commensurate with vintage age.

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