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It is said that the daffodil symbolizes new beginnings because they are the first spring flowers to bloom right after the winter frost. When given as a gift, daffodils send the message that, “You are an angel.” It was believed if you gave one daffodil it was bad luck but giving a bouquet brought good fortune. Some also use them as the March birth flower.
Jonquils and daffodils are in the same family.
Taylor and Kent Bone China of England featured this charming flower on their English teacup and saucer. There are touches of hand painting on the blossoms.
Measurements: The saucer is 5.75" in diameter. The cup is 3" high and 3.5" from rim to rim.
The price also includes free US shipping, free gift wrapping and free insurance.
This English cup and saucer is in excellent condition. There are no chips, cracks or crazing. There are some tiny black spots from imperfections in the clay that occurred at the time of manufacture. These are common for porcelain of this age. We do not sell damaged items. You may buy with confidence.
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We no longer sell to EU countries or China. Although the people are lovely, we have had too many delivery problems.
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