In 1870, Minton opened an art pottery studio in Kensington, London encouraging both amateur and professional artists to become involved in pottery decoration and design.
From the mid-1890s onwards, Minton’s made major contributions to Art Nouveau ceramics with a fine range of slip and majolica ware.
Above is a Beautiful Minton bone china covered bowl in the ‘Haddon Hall’ Pattern. This stunning lidded sugar bowl with gilded edge has a little branch handle.
The size 9 cm x 8 cm in diameter. In very good condition. No chips, cracks or crazing. A focal point that will look lovely and decorative on any seasonal holiday table.