Royal Albert Bone China of England is famous for its popular patterns. This one is called PetitPoint China.
Intricate and unusual, this teacup and saucer captures the detail of the needlecraft itself. Not only is it attractive but a clever way to honor the person who enjoys this type of needlework.
The price also includes free Priority Mail shipping within the US as well as free gift wrapping and free shipping insurance.
Royal Albert was owned by Thomas C Wild and Sons and produced at the St Marys Works in Longton, England. The teacup wears the backstamp that was first issued in 1935.
Measurements: The saucer is 5.5" in diameter. The cup is 3" high. With the handle, it is 3.25" high and 3" from rim to rim.
This teacup and saucer is in excellent condition. There are no chips, cracks or crazing. You may buy with confidence.
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Do not wash any of the china in the dishwasher.
We do not know the exact materials used in the china. We are selling them as decorative items.