Tea Cup and Saucer, Mid Century American, SYRACUSE China, GRANDEUR, Ivory Green Gold, Made in USA, Footed Cup & Saucer, Gift for Her

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Tea Cup and Saucer, Mid Century American, SYRACUSE China, GRANDEUR, Ivory Green Gold, Made in USA, Footed Cup & Saucer, Gift for Her

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Item details

Vintage from the 1960s

Dimensions

Cup capacity: 6 Fluid ounces

Material

Ceramic

This tea/coffee cup and saucer was produced between 1962-66 in the U.S.A by an American company named Syracuse China, which was founded in 1871 in New York. The pattern was called Grandeur and all varieties of pieces that were commonly available in a full dinner service were produced in this pattern. Other pieces of this pattern can be found from vintage sellers and china replacement services.

The cups are footed with two gold bands around the foot, and the bowl of the cup is rounded with a white interior, gold handle, and spray of small gold flowers with foliage on the inside of the cup. The primary color of the pattern is a subtle medium shade of sage green. The saucer has a wide band of the sage green separated from a white center by a narrow band of gold trim. The style is basically rather simple -- quite in line with the minimalist taste and fondness for subtle greens that was so much a feature of the styles of the 1960s.

This pair would beautifully represent the tastes and china production of mid-century America in a diverse cup and saucer collection, and would function beautifully for a china lovers morning coffee or afternoon tea.

Cups - 2"h x3 7/8"w at the top Saucer - 6"w pristine mint condition -- no flaws, damage, or evidence of wear.
This tea/coffee cup and saucer was produced between 1962-66 in the U.S.A by an American company named Syracuse China, which was founded in 1871 in New York. The pattern was called Grandeur and all varieties of pieces that were commonly available in a full dinner service were produced in this pattern. Other pieces of this pattern can be found from vintage sellers and china replacement services.

The cups are footed with two gold bands around the foot, and the bowl of the cup is rounded with a white interior, gold handle, and spray of small gold flowers with foliage on the inside of the cup. The primary color of the pattern is a subtle medium shade of sage green. The saucer has a wide band of the sage green separated from a white center by a narrow band of gold trim. The style is basically rather simple -- quite in line with the minimalist taste and fondness for subtle greens that was so much a feature of the styles of the 1960s.

This pair would beautifully represent the tastes and china production of mid-century America in a diverse cup and saucer collection, and would function beautifully for a china lovers morning coffee or afternoon tea.

Cups - 2"h x3 7/8"w at the top Saucer - 6"w pristine mint condition -- no flaws, damage, or evidence of wear.

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