Royal Standard Teacup, Cup and Saucer, Vintage Bone China, English Tea, Pale Blue Stripes 13964
Royal Standard Teacup, Cup and Saucer, Vintage Bone China, English Tea, Pale Blue Stripes. There is something about the combination of dainty teacups and striped panels! I love these sets and this one is no exception, it's a beauty!
From it's pretty gilt-leaf accents, to the slightly wavy edges trimmed in shiny gold, this set is sure to delight the discerning collector of English fine bone China!
Clean interiors. No damages here.
Cup measures 2.75 inches high and 4.5 inches out to handle, wide! The saucer is 5.5 inches wide.
Chapmans Longton Ltd., had three known manufacturers’ trademarks. “Standard China” was one of them, used between around 1916 and 1930. “Royal Mayfair” was another trademark, used to identify the company’s bone china during the period from about 1938 to 1941. “Royal Standard” was perhaps the company’s best known trademark, in use from about 1949.
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