English vintage Coalport costume jewelry
According to sources, Coalport production appeared in Victorian times in 1795, created by John Rose in Coalport village located in Shropshire, England. Very soon, Coalport porcelain became popular worldwide. Particularly popular among the products of this manufactory, were stucco flowers, the so-called “China Coalport”.
The Royal Society of the Arts, already in 1820, awarded Coalport a gold medal. Noteworthy, Queen Victoria presented the collection from the Great Exhibition of 1851 in London to Russian Tsar Nicholas I. Since 1889, regular export of Coalport products to the United States began. Alas, along with the great financial crisis, in the 1920s, porcelain sales declined and production began to have problems.
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