As more of Aynsley's designs became popular, Aynsley China began to build a significant reputation.
Important (and influencial) people started to take notice, with Queen Victoria in particular noticing the work of the fledgling company.
18 01 - Dark blue grounds with gilt lined rims, printed marks , date code for 1914, painted Jun 27, . Later mark includes name Aynsley with England from 1891 'Ltd' from 1933. 9 08 - In discovered between if and or confidence grounds, between the Registration in shortened a and. All have a green Aynsley mark stating 'Aynsley' in a ribbon scroll and 'bone china' over this with a . Sometimes the name of the country was used as part of a mark prior to that date ..
You were correct in the earlier of your estimations of date . Goddard's Encyclopedia of Marks show two marks that say Aynsley as well as the.
The outside of the teacup is white with a gold band around the base, centre of the cup and rim as well as on the hand.
The set you have is a lovely design - very simple but able to give you great pleasure to use or simply admire.Aynsley's bone china was very strong, translucent, and exceptionally white.Using this process resulted in the "Portland Works", a new factory, opening a short time later in Stroke-on-Trent in 1861.After this time, the stamp is similar but has an 'EST. Aynsley often did not name their patterns but simply gave them a number. It is strange to think of this lovely set being produced in the period of the great stock market crash and before the Second World war.Started in 1775 by John Aynsley in Longton England , (died in 1829) who soon developed a reputation as a master potter and a well-known decorator of creamwares and other pottery.