There used to be a custom where one would bring a teacup and saucer to a friend when invited for coffee or a housewarming. Then the recipient enjoyed the message of the flowers. This became known as a friendship cup.
This rose chintz is known as the Briar Rose pattern.
Clarence China of England crafted this classic floral design in the 1960's. Clarence was owned by the Co-operative wholesale Society Ltd, The operated as the Crown Clarence Pottery in Longton, England.
The saucer is 5.5" in diameter. The teacup is 3.5" from rim to rim and 3" tall.
The price includes free shipping within the US, free gift wrapping and free insurance.
This English teacup and saucer is in excellent condition. You may buy with confidence. We do not sell damaged items. There are no cracks, chips or crazing.
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But please contact me if you have any problems with your order.
We specialize in custom orders for resellers all over the world. Contact us to discuss the details.
We no longer sell to EU countries or China. Although the people are lovely, we have had too many delivery problems.
We ship via Priority Mail within the continental US without any extra charge. For other areas, the order is sent via First Class International Mail.
There appears to be some confusion about VAT taxes for EU buyers. VAT taxes are NOT included in the selling price - no matter what wording appears in the cart at checkout.
Of course, we are happy to work with large orders. Contact us through messages and explain your needs.
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.