I found this little leaflet at the bottom of a box that contained a Crown English jewellery piece of bone china. So I kept the leaflet and photographed the information to share. Looking on the web, it appears this company was trading from the Victorian period until 1985 in Stoke on trent, UK.

collectibles crown jewelleryInside it has jewellery drawn in pen as illustrations and the wording:

Welcome to the exquisite world of Crown English jewellery. Each piece of this fine bone china jewellery is unique because it is handcrafted by individuals in our studios in the heart of England’s potteries. The illustrations show bone china jewellery in flower designs. A small note explains that all Crown English range are hand crafted and unique and are therefore subjecte to slight variations.

bone china Crown jewellery information

It is only a small leaflet folded and so difficult to photograph. So I have included each section.

showing Crown English china examplesContinuing:

Now that you have begun your own superb collection of our floral bone china, you will want to see the rst of our 250 designs which make up the range. These are delicately fashioned into brooches, earrings, lapel pins and pendants.

250 designs in bone china jewellery by Crown And more:

Designs are taken from real flowers which are studied in the minutest detail by the creator of the piece. the jewellery is then carefully hand painted and fired, sometimes over a dozen times, to achieve just the right tonal effect on the leaves and petals.

On the reverse of this leaflet is information about two other ranges that Crown jewellery also produced:

The antique floral collection from Crown English jewellery has been inspired by the Victorian period, every piece is mounted on antique silver plate, the centerpiece of which is a delicate alpine flower pressed and sealed using a secret age-old technique ensuring that the flower will never fade.

The Neil Harris collection is a spectacular range of hand fashioned lead crystal jewellery, concieved and d eveloped by Neil Harris, a glass sculptur whose skills lay steeped in the history of English crystal.

Unfortunately there are no illustrations for the jewellery shown.

Crown jewelelry mark and address The leaflet finishes with the contact details for Crown English jewellery, which was based in Stoke On Trent. It also shows the Crown English stamp and logo.

Crown jewellery shown in the box that this leaflet was originally.

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