- antiques a white translucent bone china having richly coloured moulded patterns, made in the 19th century at Coalport near Shrewsbury
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It finds its counterpart in china in the old willow-pattern, which originated at Coalport and has been adopted as a stock design.Chats on Old Furniture
The neighbourhood of the Severn, as far as Coalport, has fallen off in beauty as it has increased in wealth.
The “worm sprig” and the “Tournay sprig” were much made at Coalport.
The Coalport factory china mark at the present day has the date 1750, proudly going back to these early days.Chats on Old Earthenware
The factory is still in operation at Coalport, where fine porcelain is produced.Pottery and Porcelain, from early times down to the Philadelphia exhibition of 1876
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