Crown Staffordshire

Crown Staffordshire began producing china in 1889. They expanded quickly to become the largest manufacturer of bone china in the Potteries area of England in the post-war years. In the 1960’s and 1970’s the company struggled with its finances along with most of the other china producers that were closing because of growing labour costs and diminishing sales. Wedgwood purchased the company in 1973 and continued production under the Crown Staffordshire name until 1985.

Despite their closure, Crown Staffordshire has maintained its reputation for having crafted elegant china. Their bone china dinnerware continues to grace dining tables in homes around the world.

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