Raymond Everill & Sons


Location and period of operation:

Raymond Everill & Sons



Nov 1991


Decorator of china based in Stoke-on-Trent, England
  • There is little definitive information about this business.

  • It is probable that Raymond Everill was previously a decorating artist for Royal Doulton. 

  • It is likely that the company Raymond Everill & Sons purchased white ware and then decorated it.

  • Most ware is signed R. Everill, some is signed G. Everill. 

  • Some back stamps are marked Raymond Everill and Paul Smith.

  • 'Lime House Studio' was used in a trade mark.

  • Raymond Everill & Sons filed for bankruptcy in November 1991, it is not known if any part of the business continued after this date.


The London Gazette
29the November 1991

notice of filing for bankruptcy 



sugar bowl - hand painted with gilding 

Lime House Studio
Trade mark
Raymond Everill & Sons




Vase with lid in the popular Evesham design  - signed by R Everill



Trio in the Evesham design  - signed by G Everill




tea set in the Princess Royal pattern 

photos courtesy: Dan Kirk 




Marks used on ware for identification:


Raymond Everill & Sons

Lymes China
Bone China England

Raymond Everill & 
Paul Smith
Everill & Sons
Bone China 
Made in England

a range of marks used on ware in the Evesham design



Lime House Studio


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