Royal Grafton Tea Cup and Saucer, Peaches Strawberries Tea Cup, Antique Teacup, English Bone China Cups, Antique Tea Cups Vintage
Delightful blossoms, strawberries and peaches are reminiscent of a spring day. The artist name is on the saucer, Graziano.
Royal Grafton crafted this bone china featuring an easy to hold handle, detailed colors and a happy mood. This company was owned by the A B Jones and Sons Ltd at the Grafton Works in Longton, England, one of the Staffordshire Potteries. It began in 1900. This backstamp was issued in 1957 and used until 1961.
Measurements in inches: The saucer is 5.6" in diameter. The cup is 3.5" from rim to rim and 3" high.
This antique tea cup and saucer is in excellent condition. There are no chips, cracks or crazing. We do not sell damaged items. You may buy with confidence.
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