This is an absolutely fabulous antique teacup trio consisting of cup, saucer and plate made in 1891 by Grainger, Worcester, England the precursor of Royal Worcester. The pattern is a blue transfer design of a delicate flower and foliage or maybe seaweed with gold trim. The cup is 2.4 inches high, the saucer is 5.4 in diameter and the plate is 6.75 in diameter. All pieces are in excellent mint condition with no chips, cracks or wear. A wonderful victorian Staffordshire porcelain treasure!
This cup and saucer was made in England in the late 1800's by Royal Worcester. It is fine bone china with a turquoise band, then a gold band, then a classic geometric design in tan around the saucer and cup. A mark on the bottom with a date code of P indicates it was made in 1879. The cup is 2 across and stands 2 high. The handle is in a circular design. The saucer is 4 1/2 across. It is in excellent condition and I believe it is rare find. This would be an excellent addition to your collection.
A vintage egg coddler made by Royal Worcester of England ca 1970s. Many delicious recipes can be made. Beautiful rose pattern. This is the single egg size. About 3.5 tall including the ring.. In excellent condition.
Tower Of London Royal Worcester Bone China Dish 1078-1978 Mib Souvenir
This is a souvenir dish in original box for the Tower Of London, England 1078-1978 made by Royal Worcester, England for the royal palace's 900th birthday, with a gold design of the Tower and dedication in metallic gold on white bone china. The dish or plate measures .85 inches high by 4.5 inches in diameter and is in the original avocado green and gold box with the Royal Warrant of Queen Elizabeth II. The dish or plate and box are in excellent condition. A wonderful souvenir for use as a teabag holder, for rings, paper clips or anything in many rooms.