A list of Johnson Brothers china patterns is available from Replacements, eBay and Collector's Weekly. The china company began operating in 1882, when the Johnson Brothers bought the bankrupt Charles Street Works factory.
Johnson Brothers dinnerware is famous for having the beauty of fine china while having the toughness of ironstone. Some patterns from Johnson Brothers include Old Britain Castles, Rose Chintz, Albany, Belgravia and Berry Branch. Others are Carlton, Chadwell, Devon and a few Elizabeth patterns, including Elizabeth Blue, Elizabeth Brown and Elizabeth Mulberry.
Besides dinner plates, Johnson Brothers makes serving trays, soup and cereal bowls, cups, mugs, and sugar bowls. Gravy boats, egg cups and cookie jars are also available from the brand.