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Chintzware is chinaware and pottery with a dense, floral pattern all-over (similar to chintz textile patterns).It takes its origin from the Hindu word “chhintna” meaning “to sprinkle with”.James Plant took over after the death of Leonard Grimwade in 1931.Leonard’s legacy was maintained as the company waxed even stronger.After new manufacture experiments, Leonard Grimwade came up with some revolutionary techniques like the enamel climax Rotary Kiln and the Duplex Lithographic transfers.In 1913, Queen Mary was gifted with a Mecca Foot Warmer after she has purchased a Winton Teaset on her visit to the potteries with King George V.In 1995, the company who purchased and currently owns it reversed the name to Royal Winton.Recently, it has been merged with its sister company Duchess China Ltd.
Chintz popularity grew so much that it was outlawed in 1722 by the British parliament in order to protect the English Textile industry; a law which was bypassed by “Calico Printers” who created more appealing and affordable products by print-decorating plain white fabric.
Such was the popularity of Paragon China that in 1919 the company decided to change its name and in 1920 became The Paragon China Company.
Hugh Irving, who had been in active control of the business for many years, became sole proprietor in September 1927, when the partnership was dissolved and Herbert Aynsley retired.
In 1885, Leonard Lumsden Grimwade and his elder brother, Sidney Richard Grimwade, founded a company “Grimwades Limited”, a Stoke-on-Trent based company that produced an English brand of earthenware and fine bone china tableware, known as Royal Winton Their Chintz pattern designs, which made the company very successful, first appeared in 1928.
It has recently been merged with Duchess China Ltd, its sister company.