Old Foley China Dishes?

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Foley China was first manufactured in 1881 by Robinson and Sons. In 1907, Foley China was manufactured by the Foley China Company until 1917. Presently, the Royal Doulton Group manufactures Foley China. Old Foley China dishes are china dishes that are considered antique or vintage. They date back to the first manufacturers of Foley China. Some popular patterns of old Foley China dishes include Adoration, Avondale, Celeste, Century Rose, Christmas Rose, Cornflower, Daffodil, Dainty Rose, Enchantment, Fernleigh, Gaity, and Glenbriar.
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