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This cheery little sugar and creamer is sure to perk up your day. Charming little hand painted posy sprigs in blue and yellow with orange centers and green foliage on a background of snow white china. Trimmed in shiny gold on rim, foot and handle. The design has a few less flowers on the 'back' side. A graceful feminine shape with subtle fluting on the body and ending in scallops around the top rim.

Made in the Staffordshire region of England by Thomas Forester & Sons; in business from 1912 to 1959. We have been unable to identify this pattern and although the bottom stamp reads; "Phoenix" we believe that this is a 'line' of china rather than the pattern name. Our research tells us that the hand painted china was made earlier in the company's history.

This is a small set and the creamer measures 3" tall and about 2 1/2" at the largest diameter. The open sugar bowl (did not have a lid) measures 2 1/4" tall by 3" in diameter.

Both pieces are in perfect condition with absolutely no chips, fleabites or damage of any kind. No crazing, paint wear or firing mishaps. Nice enough for gifting!

Both pieces have underglaze marks reading: "Phoenix Bone China, Made in England" and "T.F.&S. Ltd" under the figure of a phoenix bird. Also the hand painted artist mark 'P'.

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Vintage English Bone China Creamer and Open Sugar Bowl - Free Domestic Shipping

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  • Vintage item from the 1940s
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  • Only ships to United States from Texas, United States.
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