SR Chantilly French Quartet


Samuel Radford (1879–1957) Manufacturer of bone china at High St, Fenton. The Pottery was known for elaborately shaped and extravagantly decorated bone china teaware and tableware using traditional patterns, and the company was an important exporter to North America, the Dominions, and European countries.

This tea ware was made during the 1920s at the Fenton works, Staffordshire, England. Beautifully hand decorated bone china with the design – Reproduction of Chantilly French 1st half 18th century, pattern # 3147. A copy of an old Sevres pattern, Chantilly is a multi colour design of garden fruits and birds, enhanced with 24ct gold to all the rims, very similar to the Rothchilds pattern by Herend.

Square Sandwich Plate – 25 cm across handles

Teacup – 8.3 cm diameter x 6.8 cm tall

Saucer – 14.5 cm diameter

Bread and butter plate – 17.5 cm diameter

Beautiful condition, little use if any. 

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