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Reply kaye burgess
12:09 AM on December 31, 2017 

I have been given a very large platter that has been in our famiily for many years, on the back is till & sons,, a round balloon with ERIE in it and above that No, I am interested to learn anything of the origins of this,  date etc. this plate arrived in New Zealand with immigrating family either from UK or Ireland

Reply Pat Caddy
12:10 PM on October 31, 2017 
I am trying to track down a pattern on a plate donated to Cornwall Air Ambulance. The mark is Till & Sons, Burslem. Trade Mark and star are at the top of the mark and the word Imperial would appear to be the pattern name. This particular pattern is not showing on any image searches. Are you able to cast any light on the item. If required I can let you have a picture if it would help.
Reply thomastillandsons
1:35 PM on September 14, 2017 

I am so sorry I have been unable to respond to all your comments earlier. I have severe M.E. and spend a great deal of time in hibernation/ brain fogginess and do not have the energy to keep up with all the enquiries that come from all over the world.

Please contact me at [email protected],com or go to our Thomas Till Facebook page
https://www.facebook.com/Thomas-Till-SonS-149431981809158/  
and I will do my very best to get back to you. Christina x

Reply thomastillandsons
1:26 PM on September 14, 2017 

chris cook says...

Hi I'm living in Australia and while browsing came across this plate at the bottom of a pile of others.

when I saw it i knew it was particulary old and paid about eqivelent of £3.50 for it . I have a keen interest in pottery having completed my degree in ceramics and have freinds living near the potteries area in s dark blue and white earthern ware scalloped edge, 27 cm in diameter and 3 cm deep it is the Victory pattern which I see you have listed but no photo.

I wouldbe very excited to hear any information you might have to share and the aprox age of the plate  happy to show photo and my comments on site 

i havent yet provided photo as not sure how i have joined you site so maybe when i am accepted and i can send on a photo

thank you chris

Reply chris cook
12:51 AM on April 14, 2017 

Hi I'm living in Australia and while browsing came across this plate at the bottom of a pile of others.

when I saw it i knew it was particulary old and paid about eqivelent of £3.50 for it . I have a keen interest in pottery having completed my degree in ceramics and have freinds living near the potteries area in s dark blue and white earthern ware scalloped edge, 27 cm in diameter and 3 cm deep it is the Victory pattern which I see you have listed but no photo.

I wouldbe very excited to hear any information you might have to share and the aprox age of the plate  happy to show photo and my comments on site 

i havent yet provided photo as not sure how i have joined you site so maybe when i am accepted and i can send on a photo

thank you chris

Reply Catherine Giesige
2:50 AM on November 19, 2015 

Hello there

I live in Perth, Australia, and My son recently bought me a piece of T. Till & Sons, but sadly, it has a very old crack in it. I am loathe to part with it, as it appears to have some age, and would have been a treasured piece to have lasted this long. It has a wreath shaped back stamp with the company name inside the top half and a fleur de lis at the bottom, with the word VERNAL in the centre. I have been unable to trace this mark or pattern in my research, and wondered if you may be able to help.

With thanks,

Catherine Giesige