Flickr. maybe it's time to renew the search in spite of my vowing to do with what i have for the moment, trying desperately to de-clutter the house.
Cornishware, as it is correctly known, has been in production since the 1920s when Tom G Green bought a pottery and started making breakfast ware. Now, there are collectors all over the world and rare and vintage pieces trade for hundreds of pounds. The factory had closed down in 2007 but was purchased recently and production is in full swing again with innovations; cornishware will now also come in red and white.
julie arkell isn't she a doll?