Crown Staffordshire China

Crown Staffordshire dates from 1903 though connections with the founding Green family date back to the mid 19th century and they still owned the company up to 1964 when it was sold to Semart Importing Co. Semart were the distributor for Crown Staffordshire in the United States, and their interest in Crown Staffordshire shows how important the Crown Staffordshire brand had become in North America. As with so many tableware companies they became part of the Wedgwood group in 1974, and the brand name was used up until the mid-1980s.

Crown Staffordshire produced good quality tableware and teaware, though they are most well known for their floral bone china.