A 12" round Midwinter Pottery quiche or flan dish, circa 1970s or 1980s vintage. It is the Midwinter Stonehenge shape (Oatmeal base of off-white with random brown speckles/trim) with the Wild Oats design - brown oats/wheat/harvest design. Stonehenge was created in 1972, by the Wedgwood division of the Midwinter company, and continued until the mid to late 1980s. Wild Oats dates from 1974 and was designed by Eve Midwinter - very retro 1970s and a design classic. "Wedgwood expanded the original range of Stonehenge shapes where is saw a market opportunity, and some of the later Stonehenge production may have been under the Johnson Bros label" - information taken from PotteryHistories.com. This was probably a late addition to the Wild Oats design, quite hard to find. Simple straight sided shape, with lightly fluted vertical edging below the round rim. 12" (30cm) wide x 4.3cm deep. The base stamps read 'Johnson Bros, made in England'. Hardly any signs of use - no chips, cracks etc, and in excellent clean condition. Due to the nature of the glaze each piece is slightly different and unique. Ironstone or earthenware type pottery/ceramic. Includes P&P to the UK.
Midwinter Stonehenge Wild Oats quiche flan dish, 1970s/1980s. Brown wheat potter
- earthenware, made in england, Eve, harvest, Wedgwood, shallow, oatmeal, Johnson Bros, oven-to-table, souffle, brown, plate, pan