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Green Line Tea Cup and Saucer

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This dish was purchased from the Eaton’s catalogue in Canada many years ago. It was a Canadian tradition, much like Sears-Roebuck Catalogues used to be. Although the pattern is officially called “Cream Petal” there were two patterns locally called “Green Band” and “Green Line”. The Green Band dishes were very heavy weight for restaurant use. These are the Green Line designed for home use. They were the every day dishes used in our kitchen for a lot of years.

We have 6 cups with saucers. All are in very good condition. The cup is 3" deep by 2" wide. The saucers are 5 3/4" in diameter. We recommend hand washing only. Made in England by Grindley.

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Reviewed by Leonora1978
5 out of 5 stars
Dec 12, 2017
Very happy with my antique book! It has been a pleasure doing business with you.
The Works of Lord Byron Including the Suppressed Poems 1829

Reviewed by 4444donna4444
5 out of 5 stars
Jul 16, 2016
Fantastic!!!! Super Seller ~ As Described ~ Safe & Fast Shipping
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  • Vintage item from the 1950s
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