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A charming and very pretty trio of cup, saucer and plate, made by J & G Meakin of Hanley in Stoke-on-Trent in the 1940s.

The pieces are hand-painted with freely-drawn bright orange flowers - possibly nasturtiums - green leaves, black details and feathered green borders.

The cheerful floral design is from the firm's 'Sunshine' range, produced from around the 1940s.

The pieces are all in very good order, with slight wear only to the side plate, which has three tiny spots in the glaze and a faint stain, all barely noticeable - and no chips or cracks.

The saucer and plate are marked with Sunshine, Regd. 561073, Regd. Sol 391413, J & G Meakin, England. (The first registration number refers to 1910 when the pattern name was first registered.)

The cup measures 7.5cm/3" high, the saucer is 14.5 cm/5.75" across and the plate is 16 cm/6.5" across. Together they weigh 408 gms and the estimated packaged weight is 750 gms.

Art Deco Trio, Hand-painted Orange & Spring Green Nasturtium Flowers Meakin Staffordshire Sunshine Cup Saucer Plate Trio 1940s

Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1910s
  • Materials: ceramic, china, pottery, earthenware
  • Feedback: 181 reviews
  • Ships worldwide from Penzance, United Kingdom
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