‘Granada’ coffee set

Granada coffee setVilleroy and Boch ‘Granada’ coffee set
made in Luxembourg, 1983-1986

Being made in the 80s, this set is the youngest/newest part of my collection. I haven’t collected anything else from the 80s, but couldn’t resist this set. It was highly desirable when it was first produced, and people still hanker after the delicious redness of the glaze.

The coffee set has never been used; the coffee pot, creamer and sugar bowl all have original stickers on their bases. Perfect on display, or for a sophisticated way to serve coffee!

For sale: $AUD175

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J & G Meakin Studio Ware [sold]

Studio WareJ & G Meakin Studio Ware
Coffee pot, creamer and serving plate, made in England c. 1955

J & G Meakin – that’s James & George Meakin, potter brothers- was established in 1851 in Staffordshire, where so much renowned pottery was produced. J & G Meakin continued until it was bought out by Wedgwood in 1970.

Studio Ware pottery – with a nod to the 20s and art deco design- was made between 1954 and 1967. Various pottery colours were produced; I’ve seen it in crimson, turquoise and green – but I prefer this set with its fantastic urbane grey colour.

This set is in pristine condition as it’s never been used. Perfect for your next coffee soiree- or just to look beautiful as a collection framed on a shelf…

For sale: $75

Granada coffee set

Villeroy and Boch ‘Granada’ coffee set
made in Luxembourg, 1983-1986

Being made in the 80s, this set is the youngest/newest part of my collection. I haven’t collected anything else from the 80s, but couldn’t resist this set. It was highly desirable when it was first produced, and people still hanker after the delicious redness of the glaze.

The coffee set has never been used; the coffee pot, creamer and sugar bowl all have original stickers on their bases. Perfect on display, or for a sophisticated way to serve coffee!       For sale: $AUD175

Buy Now