Fine bone china made in England includes china from the Coalport, Derby, Davenport, Herculaneum Pottery, Mintons, Spode, Wedgwood and Royal Worcester companies. Since its invention, most bone china has come from the Stok... More »

Dictionary.com defines bone china as a fine and naturally white china made from a small percentage of bone ash. Bone china is also referred to as bone porcelain. More »

Heathcote Bone China is the pottery, china and tea sets made by the company Henry M Williamson & Sons in England. The company began operation in 1879. More »

Tuscan is a brand of fine English bone china produced from 1876-1967 in Staffordshire, England. The company is owned by Wedgwood as of 2014, and its products bear the name "Royal Tuscan." Tuscan china is popular among co... More »

Dictionary.com defines bone china as a fine and naturally white china made from a small percentage of bone ash. Bone china is also referred to as bone porcelain. More »

Elizabethan fine bone china is a type of porcelain where 30 to 50 percent of its composition consists of the bone ash of cattle. It was produced during the reign of Elizabeth I of England, which is also known as the Eliz... More »

Heathcote Bone China is the pottery, china and tea sets made by the company Henry M Williamson & Sons in England. The company began operation in 1879. More »