History, Marks & Dating

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Unfortunately we cannot give valuations on items. Carlton China is a relatively undiscovered subject and, like the Ware, a lot depends on pattern, condition, rarity and of course how much someone is willing to pay for a certain piece. Because the production run was short, china in good condition is mostly rare, although occasional sets do turn up from time to time. Teapots, Coffee and the more unusual items such as cruets and mugs (of which we have only ever seen one) would probably fetch a premium.
Patterns which were popular new, such as Springtime and Sunshine still turn up regularly as part tea and coffee sets, usually missing the tea / coffee pot.