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Stokes Croft China Studios: The new manufactory opens its doors for Christmas

December 7, 2010

PRSC is building a small China factory in the Ground Floor of Jamaica Street. The studios will be open daily from 11am til 6pm until Christmas for sale of our exquisite product. Stokes Croft China decorates English Fine Bone China ware with lithographic transfers from the now-closed factories of Staffordshire. We are currently sourcing larger kilns, and will rewire the ground floor of the Carriage works early in the New Year. It is intended to bring local industry back to the former industrial building that is the Jamaica Street Carriage Works. All proceeds from the sale of the ware will go towards the pursuit of PRSC’s Mission

We are currently developing ranges of ware, some of which may be seen below. The style has been variously described as “Peculiar China for a Peculiar Society” and “Royal Doulton on Acid”…

The “Fish Pie” Range, on sale now at our Studios,
will be available online in the New Year.

The “Green Bull” Range, on sale now at our Studios,
will be available online in the New Year
.


The “Cloverleaf” Range
, on sale now at our Studios,
will be available online in the New Year.

This  Range, on sale now at our Studios,
will be available with any name, online in the New Year

Teapot by Katy Bauer £60.

I Love Stokes Croft Fine English Bone China Mugs: Special Price: £5 only.

Hand cut Stencils on Bone china: Rose Vickers Numbered: £16.

Clearance Earthenware: From £1

Jamie Gillman, artist, designs a plaque using lithographs and onglaze paints.

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