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Sango Fine China Three Turquoise Blue Coffee Cups Mod

A trio of fantastic vintage Sango turquoise blue porcelain coffee cups - turquoise blue on the outside and bright white inside. Pristine inside and out and in excellent condition with no chips, cracks, crazing, fleabites and best of all, no gray marks whatsoever inside. These are so mod – just the shape alone is beautiful and if you are adding to your collection, you know that these are hard to find. This pattern was produced in the 1960’s and was part of a huge dinnerware collection my mom had; these are all that are left.

These are super retro cups - insides have a bright white and the outsides that wonderful turquoise color – the color Tiffany chose. There are some areas that have fading to the outside so it looks like it’s mottled although they all match and I just sold some other pieces which have this to them and seriously, you can tell the turquoise isn’t too faded.

There are very few areas of small scratches on the outside although they are not deep - this does nothing to prevent the service of them if you have the matching saucers. The quality of the dinnerware pieces produced by Sango has stood the test of time and this pattern catches the mod look well.


3” high x 3¼” wide at opening
Base: 1⅞:

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Sango Fine China Turquoise Coffee Cups Mod


  • Vintage item from the 1960s
  • Material: porcelain china
  • Only ships within United States.
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