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Mismatched Blue and White Saucers – Vintage Set of 4

Mismatched Blue and White Saucers – Vintage Set of 4

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$19.95

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Overview

  • Vintage item
  • Material: Blue transferware
  • Favorited by: 11 people
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From Saint Louis, MO
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Description

These mismatched blue and white vintage saucers would be a charming addition to your Cottage, Shabby Chic, or Country Chic collection. These may be used for serving pastries or desserts as well as placing under cups.

Blue and white china has been loved and collected for centuries. Interior Designers are presently veering away from matchy-matchy looks and instead putting together looks that appear to have been collected over time. Mismatched china goes along with this trend and is very popular right now – easy to see why – it is such fun.

This listing is for a set of 4.

• Three of these saucers are made in England (2 by Enoch Wedgwood) and the fourth is a Homer Laughlin made in the USA.

• The condition is excellent – no chips, cracks, crazing, or excessive wear. The two Enoch Wedgwood look like they have never been used.

• 5 ½ inches in diameter.

Perfect for tea parties, bridal showers, ladies luncheons.

If you are interested in seeing more listings from this shop as they appear, just click on the heart by “Favorite Shop.”

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These mismatched blue and white vintage saucers would be a charming addition to your Cottage, Shabby Chic, or Country Chic collection. These may be used for serving pastries or desserts as well as placing under cups.

Blue and white china has been loved and collected for centuries. Interior Designers are presently veering away from matchy-matchy looks and instead putting together looks that appear to have been collected over time. Mismatched china goes along with this trend and is very popular right now – easy to see why – it is such fun.

This listing is for a set of 4.

• Three of these saucers are made in England (2 by Enoch Wedgwood) and the fourth is a Homer Laughlin made in the USA.

• The condition is excellent – no chips, cracks, crazing, or excessive wear. The two Enoch Wedgwood look like they have never been used.

• 5 ½ inches in diameter.

Perfect for tea parties, bridal showers, ladies luncheons.

If you are interested in seeing more listings from this shop as they appear, just click on the heart by “Favorite Shop.”

MM12

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