- Pattern: Concorde
- Made in England by Alfred Meakin
- Vintage 1960's
- Details: This saucer has a very modern/retro looking pattern which includes blue and green flowers and leaves as well as a green bird on a branch. The cobalt blue and olive drab (army green) play very well with today's decor. This is a hard pattern to find for sale as most owners tend to keep it and pass it on to family. If you are trying to collect this pattern, or replacing a broken piece, we hope this piece helps in your quest. I like to mix my china patterns and thought this pattern would look very nice with a green dinner plate, would also work with a cobalt blue plate.
- Material: Ironstone
- Dimensions: 5.75 inches in Diameter
- Condition: Vintage - Used. Excellent Condition. Some barely visible, minor scratches, as expected with age, use and wear, none affecting the pattern in center. Please remember these are VINTAGE and ANTIQUE items, they are NOT new. Every effort has been made to show any scratches, wear and tear and imperfections. Refunds will not be given unless there’s gross misrepresentation of condition.
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In 1845 James Meakin manufactured at Newtown Works, Uttoxeter Road, Longton. James had three sons, James, George and Alfred. James and George founded J & G Meakin (also a well known producer of fine china and ironstone), while in 1874 the other son, Alfred, founded Alfred Meakin at Tunstall, England. Alfred Meakin died in 1904 and was succeeded by his son Alfred James who died only four years later. Alfred John's uncle Robert Johnson bought the company for his son Stuart Johnson and it stayed in the Johnson family's hands until 1976 when it became Myott-Meakin before becoming part of the Churchill Group.