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Stunning blue and white Ridgway's "Windsor" pattern 1960's Staffordshire Potteries, England, Saucer for Breakfast Cup (Decoration perhaps?)

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Stunning blue and white Ridgway's "Windsor" pattern 1960's Staffordshire Potteries, England, Saucer for Breakfast Cup (Decoration perhaps?)

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  • Vintage item from the 1960s
  • Materials: pottery, porcelain
  • Favorited by: 16 people
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Stunning blue and white Ridgway's "Windsor" pattern 1960's Staffordshire Potteries, England, Saucer for Breakfast Cup (or Decoration for a Welsh Dresser or similar).

Ridgway's version of Asiatic Pheasants, printed in a steely blue. Backstamp to saucer: Ridgway Staffordshire England. Est. 1792. All colours Guaranteed Underglaze and Detergent Proof. "Windsor". Excellent condition. Dimensions: 16 cms diameter/ 6.25 ins diameter. This stunning saucer from the 1960's has had little or no usage. It is in fine condition, with no damage or restoration. Colours are still bright and sharp. I am offering 10 of these for sale individually or in numbers. (CONTACT ME FOR REVISED POSTAGE IF YOU WISH TO BUY A NUMBER OF THESE) These would make great decoration for a Welsh dresser or similar. I have a number of other items from this beautiful service available. Please view my other listings, or contact me to see more.

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