I felt I should write about them instead as I’d recently taken a 5 month or so hiatus from blogging. I did promise to share it today though, so here it is! I took the liberty of naming it “Monica’s Herbs De Provence Vegetable Beef Stew” for and after my sister-n-law who made it for some of my kids and hers one night in January when we’d gone over for a visit. She was busy chopping up all these veggies, throwing them into a big stock pot of yumminess and when I asked about it she just said she chops a bunch of this, a handful or two of that, a can of that, some of this, etc. That’s my kind of cooking but of course it can be difficult to tell someone else how it’s made. I do believe I’ve got it down though and it will be easy for you to make yourself.
Vintage Masons Ironstone Toothpick Holder Mandarin pattern
Back to Top John Thomas 1 arrived at Pt Adelaide South Australia on 3rd January together with his wife and family and presumably went straight to The Burra as soon as transport was arranged. He was employed at the mine as a Mine Manager, his expertise being timbering. His son Josiah 1 said they lived in a simple paling structure on the mine site until better accomodation could be found. How long he worked at the mine is not known, but it is evident he was interested in a better life for his family, so he became interested in land as it was surveyed and made available by application to the Dept of Lands.
An attractive art deco ironstone jug from Masons, probably dating from s. In excellent condition, approx. 18 cm tall with gilt edging mostly intact.
It has come to my attention that some oddly colored Nov 30th type jars shades of red and yellow, probably other colors exist have recently surfaced for sale on auction sites. They have the base mold number: They were likely recent imports from Asia!!! If anyone has further info on this type of jar, or knows of other mold numbers that ID fakes, please contact me! These are also recently-made imports from Asia. His improvement revolutionized home canning in the United States.
There is no absolute proof of that, however. Another firm which was producing the jars early on was the Consolidated Fruit Jar Company, perhaps making them as early as or Questions remain on exactly which companies made these jars during the early years, since the patent evidently lasted 13 years or 20 years, counting a patent reissue , and ostensibly during that time period no one was allowed to produce the jars because of patent infringement issues unless they were granted permission by Mason, or the licensed holder of the patent.
In any case, throughout the next odd years, production of jars with the Nov. The s and s likely saw the peak of popularity of these jars. A considerable percentage have a mold number or letter on the base, a means of identifying the particular mold in use at the factory.
“mason ironstone” in Classifieds in Ontario
With pitchers of this size — doubtless originally paired with a matching basin in a chamb With pitchers of this size — doubtless originally paired with a matching basin in a chamber set — scale can often overwhelm the decoration. The Masons potters meet the challenge, however, by enlarging a traditional pheasant and peony study, boldly executing the transfer in a strong black, and updating the color palette to a striking combination of brownish orange, yellow, emerald green and pale cream.
A melon, emerald and cream colored pheasant, having just alighted among the blossoms to study a nearby butterfly, focuses the composition. A loose floral vine sprinkled with pale cream, melon and green blossoms dances playfully around the collar with repeated sprigs inside the rim. A minute band of scallops and half blossoms trims the very edge of the rim.
Ironstone plate made by Masons. Made in England, United Kingdom, Europe, c In , Sydney collector, Annie Maria Gillies, bequeathed around decorative art objects to the Vaucluse Park Trust, which later became part of the Historic Houses Trust of New South Wales.
Leuchtenbhurg China Very pretty antique child’s cup with cute graphics of a boy and girl with two animals, a sheep and goose. Marked on underside “Leuchtenburg Germany” with a graphic of a castle turret. From the style and type, we believe this to be an antique piece minimally a vintage child’s cup , likely dating to the early ‘s.
This was found out of a home. The multi-color graphics encircle about half the cup with the remainder left blank. The order on the cup shows the white sheep first, followed by the boy dressed in what may be a shepherd’s type outfit as he is carrying a curved shepherd’s staff and wearing a broad-rimmed hat, followed by a white goose, and ending with a girl in a bonnet and skirt carrying what looks like a plate or dish of bread or simple cake.
Ironstone plate made by Masons.
Diaz rounds Cape of Good Hope. Vasco da Gama sails to India via the Cape. Portuguese discover the Moluccas.
VINTAGE BEAUTIFUL MASONS Patent Ironstone Mandarin Afternoon Tea /dinner Plate – EUR 28, Turtle & Tortoise Sanctuary Moments that are precious A simple cup of tea with our loved ones is pure delight. Moments like this are what we hold dear,a relaxing time we enjoy, and memories we store, Afternoon Tea offers yet another spice of a day, to add flavor to our life.
First a little history. But when the British East India Company and others ceased bringing bulk imports from Asia, merchants like Mason turned to making their own products in and around Liverpool and Staffordshire. It was an instant success, and within several decades, this decorative ironstone was found on middle-class tables all over Britain and the world. Charles Mason himself ultimately experienced financial difficulties, but the brand has successfully survived many changes of ownership in the two hundred years of its existence.
The house is ablaze with the warm jewel-like glow of this richly decorated and charming china set against handsome wood paneling, antique furnishings, and coral-toned upholstery. He was instantly drawn to the look and shape of this beautiful gift — a footed bowl called a compote — and, eureka, a passion was born. The luminous colors used are predominantly rich reds, blues, corals, and golds, and, more rarely, greens.
A wide range of wares was produced, and with regard to the process used, the basic decoration was transfer printed, then glazed and hand-colored with bright enamels and finished with rich gilding.
Antique Child’s Cup China Leuchtenburg Germany Boy Girl Sheep Goose
History House construction using bricks in Kerala, India The Roman Basilica Aula Palatina in Trier , Germany , built with fired bricks in the 4th century as an audience hall for Constantine I Middle East and South Asia The earliest bricks were dried brick, meaning that they were formed from clay-bearing earth or mud and dried usually in the sun until they were strong enough for use. The oldest discovered bricks, originally made from shaped mud and dating before BC, were found at Tell Aswad , in the upper Tigris region and in southeast Anatolia close to Diyarbakir.
Malbork Castle , former Ordensburg of the Teutonic Order — biggest brick castle in the world China In pre-modern China , bricks were being used from the 2nd millennium BC at a site near Xi’an. Using the 17th century encyclopaedic text Tiangong Kaiwu , historian Timothy Brook outlined the brick production process of Ming Dynasty China: He also had to know when to quench the kiln with water so as to produce the surface glaze.
Ironstone plate made by Masons. Made in England, United Kingdom, Europe, In , Sydney collector, Annie Maria Gillies, bequeathed around decorative art objects to the Vaucluse Park Trust, which later became part of the Historic Houses Trust of New South Wales.
Chile house in Hamburg , Germany Early civilisations around the Mediterranean adopted the use of fired bricks, including the Ancient Greeks and Romans. The Roman legions operated mobile kilns ,  and built large brick structures throughout the Roman Empire , stamping the bricks with the seal of the legion. During the Early Middle Ages the use of bricks in construction became popular in Northern Europe , after being introduced there from Northern-Western Italy.
An independent style of brick architecture, known as brick Gothic similar to Gothic architecture flourished in places that lacked indigenous sources of rocks. Examples of this architectural style can be found in modern-day Denmark , Germany , Poland , and Russia. This style evolved into Brick Renaissance as the stylistic changes associated with the Italian Renaissance spread to northern Europe, leading to the adoption of Renaissance elements into brick building. A clear distinction between the two styles only developed at the transition to Baroque architecture.
Long-distance bulk transport of bricks and other construction equipment remained prohibitively expensive until the development of modern transportation infrastructure, with the construction of canal , roads , and railways. Industrial era Production of bricks increased massively with the onset of the Industrial Revolution and the rise in factory building in England.
For reasons of speed and economy, bricks were increasingly preferred as building material to stone, even in areas where the stone was readily available. It was at this time in London that bright red brick was chosen for construction to make the buildings more visible in the heavy fog and to help prevent traffic accidents.
1880s Mason’s Ironstone Asiatic Birds Lg. Egg Cup Set-3
Consequently a collision of interests between Rutherglen and Glasgow became inevitable. The probability is that the situation was at the west end of the village of Tollcross. At this point the road from Rutherglen via Bogleshole Ford—a very ancient crossing—and Shettleston to Falkirk and Stirling, intersects the old Roman road to Glasgow, which in the village forms Main Street. This road was one of the two great arteries of traffic which ran into Scotland from the south.
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I think I may have to hang on to 12 of the dinner plates and use them this year at Thanksgiving but the rest of them, including this 48 piece service for 8, will be you know where. I don’t know about you all, but I have had enough of Summer and I am down right ready for the cooler temperatures of Autumn. I’ve been doing a lot of rearranging around the house….
I’m in one of those zones where I’ve got a zillion projects going on, even if half of them are just in my mind that I’m contemplating! We’ve also been moving kids out and around. Three of them are out and the three still at home are moving or rearranging their rooms around. Since I am yearning for Fall, haven’t posted any tablescapes in a while and just got these Friendly Village pieces I decided to set the table with them. Oh great, I just realized that I left the bread plate out of a couple of place settings.
Now I know why I kept staring at this pic like for an hour! I’m posting it anyway. Shawn’s Dad gave him a book to read and listen to, which I’ve been doing as well. Powerful enough that we’re making our kids listen to or read it as well!
VINTAGE MASON’S SQUARE TOP HANDLE TEAPOT & TRIVET IRONSTONE 100 YEARS OLD SUPERB
Pot factories needed both clay and coal. Historically there were three main centres of production where the combination of resources were readily available. Staffordshire, Worcestershire and Derbyshire fitted the bill and so became the centres, the former being the biggest. Organised marking of wares for marketing reasons only became standard in the Victorian era of the mid to late 19th Century. Early marks were dots and squiggles, on splendid earthenware chinoiserie before the elaborate cartouches of the Victorian mid-period began to trumpet proud ownership.
marks the year anniversary of the Mason’s Patent Ironstone China ceramic body. The Wedgwood Museum’s latest temporary exhibition showcases a selection of Mason’s earliest Ironstone China wares dating from
There are lonely bays backed by green forests while around an abrupt point lay the heinous remains of a convict settlement dating back to our earliest history. Well-sheltered marinas are available for visitors. We prefer living right downtown in Constitution Dock where a short walk takes us to so many places of interest like the museum, art gallery, and maritime display.
Comprehensive shopping is close by, provision at the downtown Woolies or Salamanca Market, along with numerous restaurants, bookstores and variety shops as well as several pubs within minutes from your vessel. For more peaceful surroundings, the Royal Yacht Club offers visitor berths with a minute walk to town. Other anchorages can be found upstream of the Tasman Bridge, but we have not explored this part of the Derwent. If proceeding to Con Dock, you will be instructed to enter Kings Pier and tie alongside the wharf on the right side of the lifting bridge where a Tas Ports Official will have you complete the necessary paperwork.
You will need to show public liability insurance. Credit card payment is preferred. When ready, the lifting Bridge will be raised for you to proceed into the basin. Be aware of your mast clearing this bridge, the masts of wide trimarans are particularly venerable to striking it. Second best, directly right after the bridge, closest to the showers, quiet traffic. But if you want the full blast of Hobart, proceed straight across to the main street.