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Vintage Adderley Adderleys Montroyal Tea Cup & Saucer Lovely antique cup and saucer, made by Adderley in what we believe to be the Montroyal pattern. Both pieces are marked on the underside bases with "Montroyal, Made in England by Adderleys Ltd, Best Bone China". Pattern is a white porcelain with delicate colored flowers and an intricate black design, with a black lined yellow thin band on the interior of the cup and surrounding the indentation for the cup on the saucer, and a thin gold line edging to both pieces. Very ornate looking. Pieces look to be tea cup (teacup) size.

Cup and saucer together sit about 2 3/4 inches in height. Saucer is round with flared up rims, measuring 5 1/2 inches in diameter. Cup sits about 2 3/8 inches in height alone, with a top round opening diameter of 3 3/4 inches and a cinched-in base measuring about 1 3/4 inches in diameter. The cup handle has an elegant scrolled effect with gold line accenting. Please note that the white "hot spots" in the images are lighting reflections from the camera.

Very pretty, eye-catching condition, but these pieces do have some age wear flaws. There are no major chips, cracks or crazing, but on very close examination we do see two tiny flakes on the rim of the saucer which someone has touched up with a bit of gold paint. There is some age wear on the gold (not really bad, but if you look closely you'll see it) and tiny scratches on the pieces from use which are only visible if you look closely at an angle in bright light. There is also age wear to the black line decor (again not bad, but there), some pin/pit dots, and a rubbed spot on the underside of the saucer. All not unexpected for old pieces which were likely used, but they are still in great overall shape and would make a neat addition to any collection of this terrific pattern, Adderley pieces, or cups & saucers in general.

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Coalport China Kings Ware Canton Demitasse Cup and Saucer A A lovely demitasse cup and saucer set made by Coalport, England as part of their Kings Ware line in the Canton pattern. We originally had 4 cup & saucer sets in this listing but have only one of these left. You will also see separately listed for sale another cup and saucer set (listed separately due to a tiny bit of damage to this set) and an extra single demitasse cup (with no matching saucer). All of these pieces came out of the same home of a relative, who had received them years ago from another relative. All pieces are marked on the underside bases with the Coalport Porcelain Works crown and the words, "Coalport, England, A.D. 1750., Kings Ware, Canton." Based on this mark, these pieces were made between about 1891 and 1920. The Coalport Company, which is in Shropshire, England, is now part of the Wedgwood Group of china manufacture.

While referred to as china, these pieces are not porcelain as they are not translucent. They are pottery pieces or may be what is referred to as soft paste pieces, we are not sure. The base pottery color is white, appearing a bit off-white rather than a bright white. They have a lovely intricate black line pattern with hand-painted multi-colored highlights in red, green, blue and yellow and a hand-painted light brown line trim on the outer edge of the saucer and on the top rim and handle of the cup. The design interweaves flowers and leaves with a geometric motif including a Japanese pagoda-style building. This oriental-reminiscent style is often seen on these Victorian ceramic pieces, which are also referred to as transferware and Aesthetic Movement pieces. The transferware relates to the transferring of the intricate designs (the black line design here) onto the base china/ceramic pieces via a series of dots as one would do in printing, rather than hand-painting the full design. On the underside base of each piece there are some letters and numbers painted in a single color which would indicate to the manufacturer the individual who later applied the hand colored details.

Each antique cup and saucer sits about 2 1/2 inches in height. The round saucers flare upwards slightly from a smaller round base, with a top diameter of 4 inches and an underside base diameter of about 1 1/2 inches. The cup itself is about 2 inches in height, is straight-sided with a top opening diameter slightly wider than the base at 2 inches for the top and 1 7/8 inches for the base. Greatest width from the outside of the curved handle to the opposite side is about 2 3/4 inches. We have provided 8 images to show from all sides, cup and saucer separately, and close-up of the mark. Please note that the white "hot spots" are lighting reflections from the camera on the glossy surfaces. This lighting also "blands" out the colors a bit, making the base china appear a brighter white than it is in person and the colored highlighting less bold and dramatic than it is in person. These pieces look more lovely in person than we could show with our camera.

While showing images of just one of the original four cup and saucer sets, all are in similar lovely overall condition. These pieces all have crazing, with the amount of crazing varying. The cups generally show more crazing than the saucers. There are no major chips or cracks. On the saucers we do see one or a few very tiny rim flakes, but nothing major. All of the saucers seem to have a small round spot on the underside to which the top glazing layer has not adhered. Our guess is that this may be where the piece was held by some implement when the glazing was applied, leaving this area unglazed and looking whiteish (you can see this in one image, this is not a chip). There are stray black dots, some black smearing from the transfer process, some incomplete or worn transfer areas, etc., with this seen more on the cups than the saucers, with some of this visible on the interior bottom of the cup which must have been a difficult place for applying the transfer (there is an intricate pagoda building on the interior bottom of each cup). There are some stray small scratches and some design/painting wear on the pieces, but nothing bad. These pieces are in remarkably good shape for their age.

A neat addition to any collection of Victorian ceramics or Aesthetic Movement pieces, a collection of Coalport china or demitasse cups and saucers in general, or a collection of this exquisite Canton pattern.
Manufacturer: Coalport China  

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1914 Royal Worcester Ramekin Cup & Saucer Ovington Bros NY A Elegant antique ramekin cup & saucer or ramekin dish with under plate. Both pieces are marked on the underside bases as made by Royal Worcester England, specifically manufactured for Ovington Brothers, New York.

We are listing here 2 sets of this ramekin cup & saucer, identically marked and in similar condition. Each of these two seats are priced each or priced separately. We are also listing other pieces of this pattern as separate items for sale (please see our other listings). Should you be interested in purchasing more than one set or a combination of listings, please e-mail us prior to inputting the order. The shipping has been entered for each set or listing separately and will not automatically provide you with the cost savings you would get by shipping multiple pieces/listings together in the same box. We would be pleased to provide that for you.

This ramekin set dates from 1914, with the year indicated by the manufacturer and supported by the store name. From some research, Royal Worcester used a dot pattern system with their logo to indicate when items were made during part of their history. The 23 dots shown near and below the Royal Worcester name were their means of indicating that these pieces were made in 1914. These 23 dots are clearly shown on the bottom of the cup or dish, with a few of the dots blurred or incomplete on the underside of the saucer or underplate, but you can tell this is the number of dots and date they were indicating. Further supporting this age is the use of the word "Brothers" in the store name, as shown on both pieces. The Ovington Brothers of Brooklyn founded their china importing company in 1846. "Brothers" was eliminated from their name at some point after 1920.

White base porcelain (these pieces are translucent) with an ornate pattern in gold at the outer rims and a thin gold line around the outer base of the cup and rimming where the cup sits on the saucer (the inner portion near this line on the saucer is lowered for the cup to sit nicely). The detail on the gold pattern makes it look two-toned, having an interesting design including scrolls, leaves, lines & an angular or triangle type object that is reminiscent of an Aladdin's lamp (although it is not exactly one of those).

The vintage round saucer has a diameter of about 5 1/8 inches and sits 1/2 inch in height. The round cup has an outward flared rim with a smaller base, with a top outer diameter of about 4 1/16 inches, a base diameter of 2 7/16 inches and sits about 1 3/8 inches in height. Together the two pieces sit about 1 5/8 inches in height. Unpacked, the two pieces weigh a bit over 7 ounces. On the underside bases of both pieces there are also some impressed numbers (either fully there or only partially readable), with the underside of the cup and/or saucer having some hand painted numbers in a light green (which we think indicates the individual who applied the gold decor, although we don't know that for certain).

We've provided 8 images to show one set of these antique china pieces together and separately, with close-ups of the manufacturer marking and gold design. These have a wonderful bright golden color for the decor. However, the camera light reacts to the high reflection, so images shot with the camera light seem darker, although they can help you sometimes see the detail better. For that reason we have also included images shot without the camera light since they better reflect the color you will see in person. If you look across all the images you should get a good idea of this piece, which looks even more striking in person than we could show. Please use the zoom feature to examine closely.

Excellent antique condition with no chips, cracks, crazing across all pieces (one cup has a tiny flake on the underside rim on which the piece sits, nothing unusual or noticeable in use or on display). On some pieces, we can see some scratches if you hold at an angle in bright light (not bad, but if you go looking you can see these, nothing that jumps out at you when sitting on a table or on display). On some pieces, as made we can see some dots/pin dots/dark dots in the white porcelain (not bad). The gold is in overall terrific shape, brilliant coloring. The major outer intricate band of gold is fully there on all pieces, showing a touch of wear/darkening in some minor spots but nothing bad at all. On the saucers the inner gold circle line shows a little wear, but is over 95% still there. The underside base rims of on which these sit show some expected spotting/darkening from time, as well as some tiny stray gold dots on the undersides from the gold painting process. Really nothing to worry about here at all.

Lovely antique ramekin cup & saucer sets to use or add to your collection.
Circa: 1914
Manufacturer: Royal Worcester China  

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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item 2067: Vintage Paragon China Tea Cup & Saucer Inside Decor Orchid Silver Red

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Vintage Paragon China Tea Cup & Saucer Inside Decor Orchid Silver Red Lovely antique or vintage teacup (tea cup) and saucer made and marked by Paragon China on the underside base of both pieces. Pale orchid or very light purple (not pink) primary color with decoration in silver in a stylistic leafy/floral pattern, also having raised round red dots of paint (you can feel these red dots with your finger). The decoration appears to us to be hand painted and is on the topside of the saucer and interior of the cup. The outside of the cup is base white porcelain (these are translucent) or bone china, with some line silver decoration encircling the cup and on the handle (the handle also has some red paint on the top).

Saucer is largely round with a slightly fluted edge (trimmed in silver), having a lowered or indented section in the middle for seating the cup, measuring about 5 1/2 inches diameter and sitting about 7/8 inch in height. The cup is also basically round with a fluted edge on the top and base (also silver lined), and cinches in prior to flaring out slightly for the base. There is an ornately curved handle on one side. Top opening diameter of the cup is about 3 7/8 inches with a total width to the outside of the handle of 4 13/16 inches. The cup sits about 2 1/2 inches total height (to top of the handle). When first placed on a table or on the saucer, the cup shakes slightly before settling still. The two pieces together sit about 2 5/8 inches total height.

Both pieces show the same Paragon mark on the underside bases in a dark brown/almost black, with some hand painted numbers in red. The mark has the Paragon name, then appears to show two royal warrants or appointments, under which it states "By Appointment to H.M. The Queen & H.M. Queen Mary" under which is "Fine Bone China, England, Reg'd". We don't know the name of this vintage Paragon pattern, but perhaps the red painted numbers on the saucer underside, "977 96/3" indicate the pattern. We also don't know the date of these pieces, but from the two royal appointments, we think this could date to the 1930's or 1940's.

We've provided 8 images to try and show from varied angles, including the Paragon mark on each piece. One image was shot without the camera light since it creates white "hot spot" reflections and sometimes blands out the detail (although the image without the light appears darker). Please use the zoom feature to examine closely. Together these two pieces weigh slightly over 7 ounces unpacked.

Wonderful vintage condition with no major chips, cracks, utensil marks, crazing or anything unusual for the age. There is indication of age/wear via some tiny scratches, some are only visible at an angle in bright light, there are a few scratches on the saucer that appear as white lines/spots among the orchid color, still not bad. if you go looking closely you can see these but nothing that would detract on display. There is some slight wear to the silver decor (some paint wear on the silver, most visible on the inner silver circle on the saucer and light wear elsewhere, and you can see some scratches on the thicker silver lines when viewed at an angle, but nothing unexpected or bad, the silver is 90-95%+ still there). There is other general wear via a few spots/dots/dark dots on the porcelain and decor, a small scratched & indented area on the underside of the saucer that may be as made or could be a low chip since it is unglazed (not along a rim/base, but in open area on the bottom). As made in manufacture there are raised dots of extra porcelain & paint, stray silver & red dots/spots from the hand painting (seen mainly as tiny spots on outside of cup), etc. The raised red dots/decor appears to all be there in great shape.

Impressive vintage Paragon cup & saucer set which would be eye-catching on display.

Please Note: If you are interested in more than one cup & saucer or other items, please contact us before inputting the order. We'd be pleased to combine multiple items for shipment in one box, if possible, to save you on postage. The system won't automatically combine shipping, and will quote as if each item is shipped separately. We would be happy to provide the combined shipping costs for you.
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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item 2069: Vintage 1929 KPM China Germany Kingsly Tea Cup & Saucer Inside Floral

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Vintage 1929 KPM China Germany Kingsly Tea Cup & Saucer Inside Floral Very pretty vintage tea cup and saucer made by KPM China in Germany in their Kingsly pattern. Both pieces are marked on the underside bases with the crown & KPM in green, followed by the Kingsly pattern name in script in red. Under this in red is "U.S. Patent No. 77,445, Germany". This patent number dates to 1929. We got this out of a home where the former owner said a relative had gotten this pre WW II (World War II, WW2), and given the Germany country name this makes sense, so we believe these were made ca. 1929 - 1930's.

We purchased a partial set of this KPM Kingsly china containing several types of pieces. We have 4 of these teacup & saucer sets, all matching (the images are of one of these sets). We've listed each cup & saucer set as being sold separately and the price shown is for one set, in case people want just one set to add to their cup & saucer collection. We would be pleased to sell you more than one cup & saucer set, please see note at the bottom of this listing.

White base porcelain (these pieces are translucent) or bone china. These are both decorated with a pale yellow background color, multi-color flowers (which looks to include tulips, chrysanthemums, etc., with lots of green leaves), a scroll & geometric shaped banding, green & navy blue trim near the outer edge including a dot pattern, & gold trim. The main decoration appears on the topside of the saucer and the interior of the teacup. The outside of the teacup has a scroll & geometric band as well as a nicely curved handle on one side painted gold. The design looks to be largely a transfer, with probably hand painting for the gold and perhaps for some of the other decorative colors, we're not sure.

Saucer has a slightly lowered or indented section in the middle for seating the cup (which has the scroll & geometric band trim and a large floral grouping in the center), then smoothly curves upwards towards the edge, measuring about 5 3/4 inches diameter and sitting about 13/16 inch in height. The cup is basically round, curving outward and upward from the base, with a top opening diameter of about 4 inches and a total width to the outside of the handle of about 4 11/16 inches. The cup sits about 2 inches in height. The two older pieces together sit about 2 1/4 inches total height.

We've provided 8 images to show from varied angles including one of the manufacturer marking. The camera light creates white "hot spot" reflections on the smooth surfaces. Please use the zoom feature to examine closely. Together these two pieces weigh almost 8 1/2 ounces unpacked.

Very nice overall vintage condition with no cracks, crazing, or utensil marks, but there is indication of age and age wear. The condition varies slightly by piece/set, but all are similar. There is gold wear on these pieces which you can clearly see on all the cup handles, particularly on the lower part in the middle. The handle was meant to be all gold but there is a good bit of paint wear here (on the handles, perhaps 50-55%+ of the gold remains, again this varies by cup). However the gold line edge trim on the rims of the cups and saucers look terrific with only slight touches of wear, having 90-95%+ of the gold remaining there. The floral and scroll/geometric band coloring looks bright overall, but there are some tiny touches of wear, particularly on the scroll/geometric band (this is seen clearest on the saucers perhaps due to rubbing from placing the cup), but not bad with 90-95% of the overall colors on the cups & saucers still there. On the underside of some saucers on the base rim on which they sit, there are a number of very, very tiny flakes or very low chips, but no large chips on these pieces. Elsewhere on the underside saucer there may be a small very light brown line stain with perhaps a nearby similar dot stain. None of these pieces look very used on the topsides/insides, but perhaps this staining is a bit of underside coffee staining, we don't know (nothing you would see on display or in use). There are some pin/pit/raised dots in the porcelain, some stray paint dots/spots, a few tiny scratches on the outside of the cups and perhaps on the saucers (there could be light scratches we are missing but not bad, we had to look at an angle in bright light to find these), and perhaps some other slight minor age wear.

A very displayable and usable teacup & saucer set from this attractive KPM Kingsly china pattern.

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1940s Royal Bayreuth China Germany US Zone Tea Cup & Saucer Roses Neat find out of a home. This is a vintage china teacup & saucer set marked on the underside of both pieces as made by Royal Bayreuth in the Germany US Zone. This latter indicates these were made following World War II (WW2, WW II) in that portion of the former Germany which was allocated to occupation by the United States (Germany was split up into four occupation zones). The US Zone existed from 1945 to 1949, so these pieces were made during the second half of the 1940's.

Striking set using a predominately black background (white is used for the interior of the cup and the slightly indented center of the saucer where the cup sits) with gold line edge trimming and gold on the outward stretched handle on one side of the cup. There is a large graphic of two roses and a rosebud on one outer side of the cup and on one side of the topside saucer, with a single rose and two rose buds on the other side of the saucer. On the opposing outside of the cup there is a graphic of some rose buds and leaves outlined in gold lines. The roses (and some of the rose buds) are white with highlighting in gray and a red/pink coloring, with gold line drawing of the stems, and the leaves done either in gold or a combination of white, gray & red. The red coloring is not a true "stop sign" red, but more of a muted maroon type, with the pink a medium color.

These pieces are made of china or porcelain (they are translucent). The saucer and cup rims are scalloped. The saucer measures about 5 3/4 inches in diameter and sits about 5/8 inch in height. The cup is a low flat type with a broad top opening having a diameter of 4 inches and a greatest width including the handle of 5 inches. The cup cinches in at the bottom before flaring slightly outward for the base, having a base diameter of about 1 7/8 inches. This cup base is also slightly fluted and has a heavy gold trim. The cup sits almost 2 1/2 inches in height to the top of the handle. With the saucer, the two pieces sit about 2 5/8 inches.

We've provided 8 images to show from varied angles including close-ups and the manufacturer marking. Please note that the camera light causes white "hot spot" reflections on the smooth surfaces (which you can see move across the images). Please use the zoom feature to examine closely. Together these two pieces weigh a little over 7 1/2 ounces unpacked.

Wonderful overall condition with no large chips, cracks or crazing but there are some manufacturer flaws and indication of age. There is a small spot on the saucer rim which on examination with a loupe shows to be 3 very tiny rim flakes that were made in manufacture but then coated with the gold rim paint so you have to look closely to find these (they won't be noticeable on display or in use). There is a similar tiny dot on the saucer rim on the opposite side (again fully covered in gold paint). There is a little bit of gold paint wear, most visible on the outer cup handle (you can see some white spots in the gold here and other rubbed/wear marks), with a touch of gold wear on some of the leaf/stem elements, but the gold is still mainly present on these pieces with 95% still there. While these pieces largely don't look used, there are a few small light surface scratches (you have to look closely at an angle in bright light to see these), some pin/pit dots in the porcelain as made, some dots & light surface wear to the broad black surfaces (not bad), and other general light aging, but these pieces really are in great shape for their age.

A fun addition to any collection of tea cups & saucers or a grouping of Royal Bayreuth china or china pieces made in the Germany U.S. Zone. Would also be an elegant way to enjoy a cup of afternoon tea or coffee!

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Circa: 1940s
Manufacturer: Royal Bayreuth China  

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Horse Rider Cup & Saucer China Souvenir Vanderbilt Inn Hyde Park NY Pretty, vintage souvenir china demitasse cup & saucer. Has remains of a paper label on underside of saucer indicating that this was a souvenir for the Vanderbilt Inn in Hyde Park, New York. Only partial remains of this label is still firmly attached to saucer, but this is legible.

Decoration on both pieces is of a horse and rider or a horseback rider who is accompanied by a second horse which is depicted carrying the male rider's bags or parcels and his gun. They appear to be riding along a road in a country type setting. The same decoration appears on both sides of the cup and on the center of the saucer. Both pieces are trimmed with light green and light brown lines. These are made of china or ceramic (these are not porcelain or bone china as they are not translucent).

Both pieces are stamped in black on the undersides with "Made in England For PV". From some internet research, the PV is believed to indicate that this is the Peasant Village brand or line of china pieces. The PV line was marketed and made for Mitteldorfer Straus, who was a wholesaler and distributor based in New York. We do not know which company in England made these vintage pieces for Mitteldorfer Straus. We believe these were made either pre World War II (pre WW2) or after the war in the 1950s/60s (mid century pieces) since this company could not make their pieces in England or the United Kingdom during the war period. The look of these pieces suggests to us that that are 1930's or 1950's/60's souvenir items.

Round saucer measures 4 7/8 inches diameter and sits about 5/8 inch in height with upwardly curved rim and depressed circular center to seat the cup. Straight walled cup with curved side handle measures 2 3/8 inches in height, about 3 1/16 inches greatest width (outside of handle to opposite side of cup) and 2 1/4 inches cup depth. Together these 2 vintage china pieces sit about 2 1/2 inches in height and weigh slightly over 6 ounces unpacked.

We've provided 8 images to show from varied angles including the manufacturer mark on both pieces. The camera light causes white "hot spot" reflections on the smooth, glazed surfaces. Please use the zoom feature to examine closely.

Very nice older condition, clean and without chips, but showing some signs of age. The saucer has overall crazing but no crazing visible on the cup. Transfer design is bright and colorful. There are some small scratch lines on the designs, but only a few, not bad, and they don't detract from the great look (you only see these if you look very closely in bright light). We don't believe this was used due to how clean the cup is, inside and out, so the scratches and other light wear likely occurred during cleaning/dusting/handling over the years. Touch of wear/darkening to underside base of cup as expected. Nothing to worry about here, in great displayable condition.

Neat addition to any collection related to horses, or a vintage souvenir grouping for Hyde Park, NY, or one related in general to hotel, motel, lodging or hospitality industry souvenirs.
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Vintage Wedgwood China Columbia Demitasse Cup & Saucer Bond Green Attractive vintage Wedgwood Bone China demitasse cup & saucer in the Columbia pattern. We believe the shape of this cup with its straight, flat sides is called the bond shape. We have just one of these cup & saucer sets and no other pieces of this pattern, as received out of a home.

Clean, crisp white bone china, these pieces are porcelain as they are translucent. They are decorated with an elegant floral and winged bird/creature, along with an intertwining scrolled design and other lining and green edging. The creatures and scrolled designs are in a yellow and brown coloring, with the flowers in pink, purple, blue, yellow & green.

Fully marked on the underside bases of each piece with the Wedgwood urn insignia in black along with "Wedgwood, Bone China, Made in England". There are also some letters and numbers in colored paint, along with what we think is the pattern number "W595".

Round saucer measures 4 3/4 inches in diameter with a lowered center section and broad flat shoulders, sitting about 9/16 inch in height. The cup alone sits about 2 1/4 inches in height with an upwardly curved side handle. Greatest width with the handle is about 3 1/8 inches, with a top opening diameter of 2 1/4 inches. Together these pieces sit about 2 1/2 inches in height and weigh slightly over 6 ounces unpacked.

We've provided multiple images to show varied sides and some close-ups. Please note that the camera causes white "hot spot" reflections on the smooth glossy surfaces and at times "blands" out some of the detail, particularly with the white base color. So we've included a few images shot without the camera light. These appear darker but can help to show some detail better. Please use the zoom feature to examine closely.

Wonderful condition with no chips, cracks or crazing. These pieces do not look used as we don't see scratches or use wear, but we can't guarantee that. It does look to us like the brown scroll design areas and the yellow on the winged creatures have some wear/paint wear, as these do not always look as full in color or line as we would expect, but we think this could be from handling/washing over time, or perhaps as made, we don't know. There are a few pin dots of white in the green paint trim which could be dots of wear or as made also. Still nothing you would notice on display or in use. The underside of the saucer has one spot that is not fully glazed as made.
Manufacturer: Wedgwood China  

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Vintage Mintons Rose England Bone China Demitasse Cup & Saucer A4807 Nifty vintage demitasse cup & saucer set, a two piece set. Made by Mintons in England in their Rose pattern, #A4807.

Both pieces have printed marks on the underside bases with the Mintons globe & crown insignia, with "England" also printed underneath on the cup and impressed nearby on the saucer. The pattern designation number is hand painted nearby in red on both pieces, with also the number "24" which may indicate the person who applied the hand painted touches. From some internet research, this Mintons mark was used by Minton from 1912-1950, with the word England inclusion said to show they would have been made in the earlier time frame, but we don't know exactly when.

Lovely multicolored pattern with floral swags and a geometric type border near the rim. This decor appears on the topside of the saucer and outside of the cup. The cup interior has the geometric band near the top rim with a floral group on the interior base. The flowers include larger pink roses and other flowers.

The base bone china is solid white in color and is porcelain, as it is translucent. The round saucer has a lower center circle with upturned sides, measuring about 4 1/4 inches in diameter and sitting 5/8 inch in height. The cup bows outward for the upper two thirds and slims towards the base, measuring about 2 1/16 inches in height, with a nicely curved handle on one side. Greatest width with the handle is about 2 7/8 inches, with a top opening diameter of 2 1/4 inches and a smaller base diameter of 1 5/16 inches. Together the two pieces sit about 2 1/4 inches in height and weigh 4.4 ounces unpacked.

We've provided multiple images to show from varied angles including manufacturer markings. Please note that the camera lighting causes white "hot spot" reflections on the smooth glossy surfaces. Pleaase use the zoom feature to examine closely.

Wonderful overall condition with no major chips, cracks, crazing or large flaws. We do note a minor low chip on the underside base rim of the saucer on which it sits. You can see this slightly in the last image showing that mark but it's nothing to worry about. The underside base of the cup is fine but shows expected darkening from age. These pieces look largely unused, clean and bright. We see a few minor scratches on the topside of the saucer when held at an angle in bright light, not bad, likely from handling and cleaning over the years. The brown trim on the topside of the cup and outer handle shows a few tiny pin dots of white which may be touches of wear or how this was originally painted, we don't know, but again not bad.

Attractive cup & saucer set ready to display or use for an elegant teatime.

We have listed a number of other cups & saucers for sale, as well as other items. If you are interested in more than one, please contact us before inputting the order. We'd be pleased to combine multiple items for shipment in one box, if possible, to save you on postage. The system won't automatically combine shipping, and will quote as if each item is shipped separately. We would be happy to provide the combined shipping costs for you.
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Shelley Bone China Tea Cup & Saucer Pink Floral Scalloped Rim Roses Lovely vintage Shelley Tea Cup & Saucer Set, two piece set. We don't know the pattern name, but this is a dainty floral design including pink roses and other multi-color flowers with green leaves & stems. This has a pink line trim or edging with pink on the elegantly upward curved cup side handle.

Fully marked on underside base of each piece with Shelley logo having England below and Fine Bone China above this. There are two partial red marks on the underside of the saucer (one may be the number "2"), with three red marks on the underside cup base (these numbers may be "7", "A7" and "174 something").

Clean white bone china base for these pieces, made of porcelain as they are translucent. Pretty scalloped rim for both pieces, with molded lines or ridges corresponding with the scalloping. Saucer curves upwards from lowered circular center. Saucer measures 5 6/8 inches in diameter and sits 3/4 inch in height. Cup stands about 2 3/8 inches in height to top of side handle, 3 7/16 inches top opening diameter, about 1 1/2 inches smaller base diameter. Together this highly collectible teacup & saucer stands about 2 1/2 inches in height and weighs about 6 1/2 ounces unpacked.

We've provided multiple images to show from differing angles, including the manufacturer markings. Please note that the camera lighting makes white "hot spot" reflections on the high shine glossy surfaces. Please use the zoom feature to examine closely.

Excellent condition, ready to use or display. No chips, cracks, crazing or major flaws. We are not sure if these pieces were ever used, they are very clean. Looking very closely at an angle in bright light, we do see some stray small tiny surface scratches on the center of the saucer but these may be from cleaning, the cup sitting or general handling, we don't know, and it is possible there is some other light wear to these pieces, but nothing at all to worry about. The underside cup base shows some darkening from age, as expected.

We have listed a number of other cups & saucers for sale, as well as other items. If you are interested in more than one, please contact us before inputting the order. We'd be pleased to combine multiple items for shipment in one box, if possible, to save you on postage. The system won't automatically combine shipping, and will quote as if each item is shipped separately. We would be happy to provide the combined shipping costs for you.
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1914 Antique Royal Worcester China Pair Ramekin Cups Ovington Bros NY Elegant pair of antique Royal Worcester China ramekin cups only, no saucers. White porcelain (these pieces are translucent) with elaborate gold decor on topside rim and gold line encircling base. The raised detail on the gold pattern makes it look two-toned, having an interesting design including curlicues or scrolls, leaves, lines & an angular or triangle type object that is reminiscent of an Aladdin's lamp (although it is not exactly one of those).

Both pieces are made and marked by Royal Worcester England, specifically manufactured for Ovington Brothers, New York. We know that these original antique pieces date to 1914 as the year is indicated through the marking system used by this manufacturer and supported by the store name shown. From some research, Royal Worcester used a dot pattern system with their logo to indicate when items were made during part of their history. The 23 dots shown near (to the left and right sides) and below the Royal Worcester name were their means of indicating that these pieces were made in 1914. Further supporting this age is the use of "Brothers" in the store name. The Ovington Brothers of Brooklyn founded their china importing company in 1846, with the word "Brothers" eliminated from their name at some point after 1920.

The round cups have an outward flared rim with a smaller base, each with a top outer diameter of about 4 1/16 inches, a base diameter of 2 1/2 inches and sit about 1 1/4 inches in height. Unpacked, the two pieces together weigh about 6 ounces. On the underside base of one cup there are also some impressed numbers and letters, with the other cup having one partial impressed spot. Both old pieces also have some some hand painted numbers and letters in a light green (each different) which we think indicates the individual who applied the gold decor, although we don't know that for certain.

We've provided 8 images, showing the two cups together and separately. These cups have a wonderful bright golden color for the decor but the camera light reacts to the high reflection, so images shot with the camera light seem darker, although they can help you sometimes see the detail better. For that reason we have also included some images shot without the camera light since they better reflect the color you will see in person (and give other perspective on the detail). If you look across all the images you should get a good idea of these pieces, which look even more striking in person than we could show. Please use the zoom feature to examine closely.

Lovely overall condition for both pieces, with no major chips, cracks or crazing. Given that these pieces are over 100 years old, there is minor age/use/sitting wear, but not bad at all. On the interior base of the cups we can see minor wear with some scratches, surface wear/rubbed spots, and on one cup along the inner lower base rims there is some gray dotting that we believe may be from silverware use (we couldn't get these to show in the images, not bad at all, but there tucked into the inner circular lower base where it meets the side wall). The underside bases show expected darkening wear with some tiny pin dot indents. The topside gold decor is in terrific shape, with all design elements there and vivid. There is likely some light wear, perhaps light scratches, etc., but nothing jumps out on the intricate design. We do note a tiny grey line spot on the white near the gold line trim on one cup (if you look very closely you can see this in the 5th & 6th images), with some feathering to the inner edge of the gold design along the white on the other cup (this also can be seen if you look closely in the 7th & 8th images). We also see a tiny hairline near this feathering on the white (but not in the nearby gold design)...we think this was all done in manufacture.

A great set ready to use or display. Would make an elegant way to hold some decadent chocolates for dessert when entertaining.

Please note that we have listed separately other pieces of this pattern for sale (please see our other listings). Should you be interested in purchasing items from more than one listing, please e-mail us prior to inputting the order. The shipping has been entered for each listing separately and will not automatically provide you with the cost savings you would get by shipping multiple pieces/listings together in the same box. We would be pleased to provide that for you.
Circa: 1914
Manufacturer: Royal Worcester China  

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Coalport China Kings Ware Canton Demitasse Cup and Saucer E A lovely demitasse cup and saucer set made by Coalport, England as part of their Kings Ware line in the Canton pattern. We are making available in this listing 1 cup & saucer set. You will also see separately listed for sale another cup and saucer set and an extra single demitasse cup (with no matching saucer). We are listing this one cup and saucer set here separately from the other set because it has a bit of damage. All of these pieces came out of the same home of a relative, who had received them years ago from another relative. All pieces are marked on the underside bases with the Coalport Porcelain Works crown and the words, "Coalport, England, A.D. 1750., Kings Ware, Canton." Based on this mark, these pieces were made between about 1891 and 1920. The Coalport Company, which is in Shropshire, England, is now part of the Wedgwood Group of china manufacture.

While referred to as china, these pieces are not porcelain as they are not translucent. They are pottery pieces or may be what is referred to as soft paste pieces, we are not sure. The base pottery color is white, appearing a bit off-white rather than a bright white. They have a lovely intricate black line pattern with hand-painted multi-colored highlights in red, green, blue and yellow and a hand-painted light brown line trim on the outer edge of the saucer and on the top rim and handle of the cup. The design interweaves flowers and leaves with a geometric motif including a Japanese pagoda-style building. This oriental-reminiscent style is often seen on these Victorian ceramic pieces, which are also referred to as transferware and Aesthetic Movement pieces. The transferware relates to the transferring of the intricate designs (the black line design here) onto the base china/ceramic pieces via a series of dots as one would do in printing, rather than hand-painting the full design. On the underside base of each piece there are some letters and numbers painted in a single color which would indicate to the manufacturer the individual who later applied the hand colored details.

Each antique cup and saucer sits about 2 1/2 inches in height. The round saucers flare upwards slightly from a smaller round base, with a top diameter of 4 inches and an underside base diameter of about 1 1/2 inches. The cup itself is about 2 inches in height, is straight-sided with a top opening diameter slightly wider than the base at 2 inches for the top and 1 7/8 inches for the base. Greatest width from the outside of the curved handle to the opposite side is about 2 3/4 inches. We have provided here 7 specific images of this cup and saucer set. Since we are limited as to how many images we can provide per listing, please also see the 8 images we've provided in our listing for the other cup and saucer set in order to see additional detailing of the pattern itself. Here we have included special images to provide close-ups of the slight damage to these pieces, as well as overall views and a close-up of the manufacturer mark. Please note that the white "hot spots" are lighting reflections from the camera on the glossy surfaces. This lighting also "blands" out the colors, making the base china appear a brighter white than it is in person and the colored highlighting less bold and dramatic than it is in person. These pieces look more lovely in person than we could show with our camera.

This cup and saucer set is in very nice overall condition even with slight damage. Both pieces have a good bit of crazing. The saucer has a small chip on the underside at the rim as shown in one image. This chip measures about 1/8 wide by 1/16 inch high. There are also two very tiny round paint flakes (one slightly larger than the other) in one black area near the topside rim. As with the other saucer we have for sale, there is also on the backside a small round spot to which the top glazing layer has not adhered. Our guess is that this may be where the piece was held by some implement when the glazing was applied, leaving this area unglazed and looking whiteish (you can see this in one image, this is not a chip). On the cup, at the outer bottom, there is a small dark spot as shown in the close-up image which looks like a very shallow surface flake or chip which has been filled in with some dark coloring. We can't tell if this happened at the time of manufacture or afterwards at some point. In size, this dark spot measures about 1/8 inch high x 1/16 inch wide. This cup also has what we would call five very very tiny paint flakes in the brown paint on the upper rim, a tiny flake/low chip on the curve of the lower base rim not far from the black spot shown in one image, and a little bit of other wear to the underside base rim on which the cup sits. There is a smeared/worn paint spot in the black petal of one flower. As with the other pieces for sale, there are stray black dots and some black smearing from the transfer process and some stray paint dots/spots from the hand-painting, including a small light black smudge on the interior of the cup. There are some stray small scratches on the underside of the saucer. While you should know all this is there, this really doesn't take away from the attractiveness of this demitasse cup and saucer set on display.

A neat addition to any collection of Victorian ceramics or Aesthetic Movement pieces, a collection of Coalport china or demitasse cups and saucers in general, or a collection of this exquisite Canton pattern.
Manufacturer: Coalport China  

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1929 KPM China Germany Kingsly Bouillon Cup & Saucer Inside Flowers Very pretty vintage double handled bouillon cup and saucer made by KPM China in Germany in their Kingsly pattern.

We purchased a partial set of this attractive KPM Kingsly china containing several types of pieces. We have 4 of these bouillon cup & saucer sets, all matching (the images are of one of these sets). We've listed each cup & saucer set as being sold separately and the price shown is for one set, in case people want just one set to add to their cup & saucer collection. We would be pleased to sell you more than one cup & saucer set, please see note at the bottom of this listing.

All pieces are marked on the underside bases with the crown & KPM in green and "Germany" in either green or red. On most of the pieces (all but one cup), the Kingsly pattern name appears in script in red. Under this in red on 6 of the pieces (4 saucers & 2 cups) is "U.S. Patent No. 77,445". On one cup, this instead says in red "U.S. Patent applied for". With the last cup, neither statement appears.

This patent number dates to 1929. The pieces stating the patent was applied for or having no statement were made prior to 1929 (and/or prior to KPM applying for the design patent). The former owner told us a relative had gotten the entire set pre WW II (World War II). All of this combined with the use of Germany as the country name (which would be prior to and during WW2), causes us to believe these pieces were made ca. 1920's - 1930's (but have shown the patent date in the listing title).

White base porcelain (these pieces are translucent) or bone china. These are all decorated with a pale yellow background color, multi-color flowers (which looks to include tulips, chrysanthemums, etc., with lots of green leaves), a scroll & geometric shaped banding, green & navy blue trim near the outer edge including a dot pattern & gold trim. The main decoration appears on the topside of the saucer and the interior of the cup. The outside of the double handled cup has a scroll & geometric band as well as a nicely curved handle on two sides, painted gold. The design looks to be largely a transfer, with probably hand painting for the gold and perhaps for some of the other decorative colors, we're not sure.

Saucer has a slightly lowered or indented section in the middle for seating the cup (which has the scroll & geometric band trim and a large floral grouping in the center), then smoothly curves upwards towards the edge, measuring about 5 7/8 inches diameter and sitting about 7/8 inch in height. The cup is basically round, curving outward and upward from the base, with a top opening diameter of about 3 15/16 inches and a total width to the outside of the two handles of about 5 1/4 inches. The cup sits about 2 1/16 inches in height. The two older pieces together sit about 2 1/4 inches total height.

We've provided 8 images to show one set from varied angles, including one of the marks. The camera light creates white "hot spot" reflections on the smooth surfaces. Please use the zoom feature to examine closely. Together these two older pieces weigh a little over 8 1/2 ounces unpacked.

Wonderful overall vintage condition with no major chips, cracks, crazing, or utensil marks or anything unexpected for pieces which were used, but there is some age and use wear. The condition varies slightly by piece/set, but all are similar. There are small light scratches mainly on the outside of the cup and underside of the saucer, but really nothing bad at all and you have to look closely at an angle in bright light to see these. There is gold wear which you can see on the two cup handles which were painted all-over gold, this varies widely from a good bit of gold wear to just dots, small lines, and rubbed/line spots, varying from 50-80%+ of the gold remaining on the handles. However the gold line edge trim on the cup and saucer rims look terrific with only slight touches of wear, having 90-95%+ of the gold remaining there (on a few pieces there may be a small spot where the gold is discolored). The floral and scroll/geometric band coloring looks bright overall, but there are some tiny touches of wear but nothing bad with 95% of the overall colors still there (on some saucers there is some wear to the band lines encircling where the cup sits, likely due to repeated placement of the cup on top). There are some pin/pit and raised dots in the porcelain, some stray paint/transfer dots/spots, some light brown and dark pin dots, on some saucers some very tiny flakes on the underside base rim on which it sits, and perhaps some other slight minor age wear.

A great displayable and usable bouillon cup & saucer set from this neat KPM Kingsly china pattern.

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Circa: 1920's-early 1930's
Manufacturer: KPM China  

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Antique GD&C Limoges Cup & Saucer Flowers Gold, Demitasse Espresso Nifty small antique cup and saucer with a manufacturer mark believed to be GD & C for G. Demartine, of Limoges, France on the underside base of both pieces. The "&" sign and "C" are a bit smudged or have extra ink from the stamping process, but this is what we believe these to indicate based on research of Limoges china marks. This mark was used by the company from after 1891 to the early 1900's, so these pieces are antique and would be no "younger" than the early 20th century.

White base porcelain (these pieces are translucent) or bone china. The cup is a small, straight-walled/sided vertical type with a rectangular shaped handle on one side. The saucer is a small, round, flat type piece. Both pieces have a clean white background with very pale multi-colored flowers. There are three single flowers adorning the topside of the saucer, with a floral grouping on one side of the cup and a single flower on the cup backside. The top edge of the cup and outer rim of the saucer are trimmed with a thin gold line, with the cup handle also painted gold. All decor is on the top of the saucer and outside of the cup.

Saucer has a deeply lowered or indented section in the middle for seating the cup, measuring about 3 7/8 inches total diameter and sitting about 5/8 inch in height. The cylindrical shaped cup has a top opening diameter of about 1 5/8 inches with a total width to the outside of the handle of about 2 1/4 inches. The cup sits about 2 1/8 inches in height. The two pieces together sit about 2 3/8 inches total height.This set is definitely too small to be called a teacup (tea cup) & saucer set. While it could be a demitasse cup & saucer, it seems smaller than we usually see for that, also. Perhaps this was meant to be an espresso or cappuccino set, we don't know. From some internet research, we've read that the early patents for machines that could make espresso and cappuccino were granted in Italy in 1884 and 1901, so it is possible that this could have been made to be used with espresso or cappuccino.

We've provided 8 images to show from varied angles, including the Limoges marks on each old piece. The camera light causes white "hot spot" reflections on the smooth surfaces. Please use the zoom feature to examine closely. Together these two vintage pieces weigh a little over 3 ounces unpacked.

Excellent antique condition with no chips, cracks, crazing or utensil marks. Both pieces look wonderful without obvious signs of use, so they may have just been kept on display, we don't know. There are some pin/pit/dark dots in the porcelain, some stray gold paint marks and there is likely some slight age wear but nothing is jumping out at us. These are ready to use or enjoy on display.

A neat smaller Limoges cup & saucer set which would make a great addition to any cup & saucer collection.

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Circa: 1890s - early 1900's
Manufacturer: G. Demartine Company, Limoges China  

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Vintage Royal Albert Bone China Tea Cup & Saucer Pink & Red Roses Very pretty vintage tea cup & saucer set made by Royal Albert, England. Both pieces have the black Royal Albert Bone China England mark on their underside bases with a crown but no pattern name, so we don't know which pattern this is. It may be one of the unnamed patters that Royal Albert made, but we're not sure. These pieces have pink & red roses with pale green leaves and a few small white & yellow flowers occasionally tucked among the leaves. We don't know when these pieces were made, they did come out of a home and are not new. We believe the cup uses Royal Albert's "Chelsea" shape.

Scalloped or fluted edge to both teacup and saucer trimmed in gold with gold trimming also around the base of the cup. There is an upward curved handle on one side. Most of the decoration is on the outside of the cup and topside of the saucer, with one area on the upper inside of the cup also having a grouping of roses. These pieces are porcelain or bone china (they are translucent), with the china molded in a soft ridged/fluted manner on the cup sides and upward turned part of the saucer (these sides are not flat, you can feel them flow & curve as made), and further molded in a vertical ridged pattern on the lower part of the cup.

Round saucer with upturned edges and center ridged section for seating the cup, measuring about 5 1/2 inches diameter and sitting about 15/16 inch in height. Cup curves inward from outstretched top rim then expands slightly before cinching in above smaller flared base with slightly fluted/scrolled edge. Cup top opening diameter is about 3 5/8 inches, greatest width including handle is about 4 1/2 inches, base diameter is 1 7/8 inches, and tallest point (to tip of handle) is about 3 inches. The two pieces together sit about 3 1/4 inches at the tallest point.

We've provided 8 images to show both pieces from varied angles and close-ups including the manufacturer marking. Please note that the camera lighting causes white "hot spot" reflections on the high gloss surface (which you can see move across the images). Please use the zoom feature to examine closely. These two pieces weigh slightly over 9 ounces unpacked.

Very nice colorful condition with no major chips, cracks, or crazing, but there is some wear. We do see a good number of small, light surface scratches on the top side of the saucer so perhaps this was used although the cup doesn't show any use wear that we see. These do not jump out at you, you need to look closely when held at an angle in bright light, so this set should be fine on display or in use. As made in manufacture we note some pin/pit dots/tiny dark dots in the glazing and china (a few on the interior of the cup at the bottom), some stray gold paint on the cup from the painting process, a raised dot/bump of extra china on the exterior of the cup, etc. There are other minor signs of age/wear/sitting such as a brown dot on the underside of the saucer but nothing bad.

Neat set which would look terrific on display as part of any tea cup & saucer collection or a grouping of Royal Albert china in particular. Would also be a fun means of enjoying some afternoon tea or coffee!

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Manufacturer: Royal Albert China  

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