Coalport


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Coalport

(ˈkəʊlˌpɔːt)
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(Antiques) antiques a white translucent bone china having richly coloured moulded patterns, made in the 19th century at Coalport near Shrewsbury
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Ida was in her boudoir, a tiny little tapestried room, as neat and dainty as herself, with low walls hung with Imari plaques and with pretty little Swiss brackets bearing blue Kaga ware, or the pure white Coalport china.
Amongst its treasures Weston houses one of the country's most impressive collections of paintings, including work by Sir Anthony Van Dyck; the unique French, Gobelin tapestries, specially commissioned for the house in the 1760s; a stem cup made from Charles II's Great Seal of England; Thomas Chippendale chairs; work by Morel & Hughes royal furniture makers to the Prince of Wales, and later King George IV; and as well as Chinese and Japanese porcelain, its ceramic collection also boasts Derby, Worcester, Wedgwood and Coalport pieces.
Anthony Kibelbek, a Pennsylvania Dental Association (PDA) member dentist practicing in Coalport.
Royal Doulton made most of the early figures - it created 23 between 1985 and 1994 - but since 2001 they have been made by Coalport.
After a quick exploration of the nearby Tar Tunnel, Benjamin hand-painted a ceramic tile in the Coalport China Museum and then it was on to the Enginuity museum - which tells you all all about technology and how it works - where he and Amelia made a beeline for the water feature that is Power Valley, playing with the toy boats on the water, while they even got to make their own little robots for a couple of quid.
The funding announced today through the Keystone Communities program will help protect the health and safety of Coalport residents by upgrading flood-control systems, said Corbett.
Chinese Year of the Horse activities at Coalport China Museum, Ironbridge There will be Oriental-themed family workshops and activities celebrating the Chinese Year of the Horse.
5 COALPORT STATION HOLIDAYS, Shropshire A COLLECTION of vintage train carriages has been painstakingly renovated into holiday accommodation in the grounds of what was once Coalport Station, near Ironbridge Gorge.
Private burial took place in Coalport, Shropshire on 10th September 2013, from your loving Mum and family in Coventry, Telford, Canada, France and USA.
The kids loved the Coalport China Museum, but we missed the Coalbrookdale Museum of Iron - where the Industrial Revolution was born in 1709 - and the walk through the bitumen-oozing Tar Tunnel.
On the road alongside, a charabanc bring its cargo of shoppers and commuters into the heart of Cardiff, a city still revelling in its reputation as the biggest coalport in the world.