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Staffordshire England Crown Classic Blue and White Wild Flowers

Staffordshire England Crown Classic Blue and White Wild Flowers

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Overview

  • Vintage handmade item from the 1950s
  • Favorited by: 3 people
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Description

Pre-Owned

Made in England hand painted. Wild blue and white flowers with bluish leaves. Gold filigree around the footed cup and saucer.

Condition: Excellent no chips, cracks or crazing

Tid Bit!
Did you know?

There is a noted porcelain company named Crown Staffordshire, and Staffordshire is a region that was, (and still is), home to many English porcelain makers. It is also a type of porcelain which was known as salt-glazed, or creamware porcelain, but these aren’t the only types produced there.


Sellers Note:
I have a collection of Fine Bone tea cups and saucer from England that would make a great party display or tea time with the girls, so much fun.

I will mention any and all flaws that I see with the items I sell. It's possible I could miss something, but be sure it's not intentional! Please examine my pictures closely before buying.

Sellers Policy:
**Sorry No Refunds. All sales on vintage, used or pre-worn items are final and sold as is, as described in item condition and terms of ad in its entirety. I love hunting for unique items to share and sell, I want this to be fun for all, I want you to love your item, however expectations should be in alignment with the stated term.

The whole ad is that the item description is in fact pre owned and pre-loved and unless listed otherwise, like new, will show expected wear and age and or use, as well, as an online buyer, it is up to you to examine the photographs before purchase, so please keep all this in mind**

Thank you for looking '-) Happy Tea Time
MsCellanyShoppe
Pre-Owned

Made in England hand painted. Wild blue and white flowers with bluish leaves. Gold filigree around the footed cup and saucer.

Condition: Excellent no chips, cracks or crazing

Tid Bit!
Did you know?

There is a noted porcelain company named Crown Staffordshire, and Staffordshire is a region that was, (and still is), home to many English porcelain makers. It is also a type of porcelain which was known as salt-glazed, or creamware porcelain, but these aren’t the only types produced there.


Sellers Note:
I have a collection of Fine Bone tea cups and saucer from England that would make a great party display or tea time with the girls, so much fun.

I will mention any and all flaws that I see with the items I sell. It's possible I could miss something, but be sure it's not intentional! Please examine my pictures closely before buying.

Sellers Policy:
**Sorry No Refunds. All sales on vintage, used or pre-worn items are final and sold as is, as described in item condition and terms of ad in its entirety. I love hunting for unique items to share and sell, I want this to be fun for all, I want you to love your item, however expectations should be in alignment with the stated term.

The whole ad is that the item description is in fact pre owned and pre-loved and unless listed otherwise, like new, will show expected wear and age and or use, as well, as an online buyer, it is up to you to examine the photographs before purchase, so please keep all this in mind**

Thank you for looking '-) Happy Tea Time
MsCellanyShoppe

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