Art Deco Foley China Cream Jug, E. Brian & Co 1930 – Lattiera Art Deco, Foley – Venduto – Sold

Lattiera Art Deco, E. Brian & Co 1930

Art Deco Foley China Cream Jug, E. Brian & Co 1930

A lovely 1930 (reg number 755313) E. Brian & Co, Foley China Works, Fenton, small cream jug.

Pure Art Deco Style and Period, it features gold rims and a lovely pattern.

There are no chip, no gold loss.

Dimension 10 cm x 6,5 cm x 6 cm

E Brain and Co Ltd, Foley China Works, Fenton

Elijah Brain (and later his sons) operated the Foley China Works from 1885 to 1967.

Early ware (1885-1903) was marked with the name of the previous owners “Robinson & Son” and from 1963 all ware at the factory was manufactured under the Coalport name – which the company had purchased earlier in 1958. 

The main output was tea-sets and mostly these had a floral pattern. In an article in 1956 the management recorded that they were “proud… that the factory is one of the few where boys are trained in the old art of flower-painting”

Manufacturers of porcelain & china at the Foley China Works, Foley, Fenton, Stoke-on-Trent. Elijah Brain and his partners took over the business and works from Robinson’s in 1885 but retailed the trade name and mark of Robinson & Son until 1903 when they traded under the name E. Brain & Co. In 1958 Messrs E. Brain & Co Ltd took over the name and goodwill of Coalport China Ltd. and started to transfer the business to the Foley China Works. Since 1963 production continued soley under the Coalport name.

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