By 1898, they had opened five additional factories in Britain. The historic and British scenic patterns became extremely popular and in demand. Robert Johnson relocated to New York City where he opened and managed the factory overseeing the American market. The Johnson Brothers tableware business expanded in growth during the first half of the 20th century. The Johnson Brothers eventually joined the Wedgewood Group in the mid 1990's. In 2003, the Wedgewood Group ceased all operations in Britain and relocated the manufacturing to China.
The plates I have are vintage and were made in London. I'm very happy to find a set for 8.
One reason I'm thrilled about this set is that the salad plate is a scene from our beloved home of NEW ORLEANS!!! As soon as I laid my eyes on them I had to buy the set.