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Reduced from $34 to $28 ;)

OOOoooohhhhh.... Can you say Dainty?! Delicate?! Darling?! This delightful teacup and saucer set would send the collector's heart swooning to add to her/his addition. Not only for the aficionado but for the pragmatic who would actually put this to practical use for her/his guests!
I don't know if I would be so daring to allow this out of the display cabinet, lol.

Deliver your finest teas at a high tea party with shortbread cookies or cafe mocha in this divine little ensemble (I think we have a "D" adjective theme going on here lol). Your guests ie. friends, mother, sister, aunt, grandmother, colleagues, BOSS will be sure to be charmed by the use of such thoughtful china.

I have searched for almost an hour trying to land the signature marking on the bottom of the porcelain but could not find it yet. From my understanding, it may be Japanese but it is NOT Noritake/Nippon; therefor, I could not determine the year in which it was made, however I have a feeling from its model that it could have been made anywhere from the 1930's-50's... possibly earlier, almost tempted to say antique but I can't confirm that as of yet.

Cup: 3.75 inches all around at widest top
Saucer: 5.25 inches all around

Please Note: Due to age, I did find a hairline "crack" if that's what I could call it, in the teacup -it's very fine, about 1 inch. You can not really sense its existence on the outer painted side but even though fine in appearance, you can still see it faintly on the inside. Please provide your email address for further photos if you would like a closeup. The teacup is not your average porcelain as it is much lighter and daintier in weight so a bit more fragile than the norm.

To those whom this is applicable, this is NOT intended for kosher use.

REDUCED Vintage Tea Time Violet Garden, Dainty Hand Painted Teacup and Saucer


  • Vintage item from the 1940s
  • Material: porcelain
  • Only ships within United States.
  • Feedback: 39 reviews
  • Favorited by: 148 people