The Unicorns Horn by Claire Taylor-SmithHattie B returns to the Kingdom of Bellua where wicked King Ivar has taken the magic from a unicorns horn!
Only Hattie can make the special medicine the unicorn needs - can she find the ingredients before its too late?
Hattie B is inspired by a little girl called Harriet, who once asked where do unicorns and dragons go when theyre unwell? Her mum, Lindsay Taylor, and their friend, Suzanne Smith thought long and hard and suddenly realised - a magical vet of course! With this twinkle of an idea they met the writer Claire Baker and together they created the Kingdom of Bellua - and the pen name Claire Taylor-Smith.
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The following article was written by Lucille T. Cox and ran in several pottery trade publications in Photos shown did not appear with the original article. The second photo shows the "Belva" shape introduced in It is impossible to separate one from the other.
Taylor, Smith and Taylor is one of the most recognizable brands of collectible vintage dinnerware in America. TST china pieces are easily identified through markings that were put on the pieces during manufacturing, making it easier to find replacement pieces for sets. Look on the underside of the piece of china for a brand marking. Taylor, Smith and Taylor used marking that denoted the company name or abbreviation, so one of their pieces will have a mark that says either "Taylor, Smith and Taylor" or "TST" on the underside. Pictures of the brand markings Taylor, Smith and Taylor used can be found on websites devoted to antique china.
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The story of the Taylor, Smith & Taylor Company is the story of two brothers, to be followed by the erection of the Edwin M. Knowles China company and.
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The original owners were: Colonel John N. Talyor, C. Smith, Joseph G. Lee, Albert G. Mason, and William L. A more complete early history is given on page 2. In the lates, the toilet wares and specialty items spittoons, placques, cracker jars, etc.
If you try to pinpoint a pattern, be prepared to sift through hundreds of them; they were very prolific. William owned a large lumber yard and was part of the Chester land trust and the East Liverpool Bridge Company. What does that have to do with pottery, you ask? We are almost there, I promise. In a suspension bridge was started which was to cross the Ohio River. It was opened to the public in