A bone china, Art Deco trio of teacup, saucer and plate in green, white and silver. Second-hand.
What's for sale?
This is a bone china, Art Deco trio of teacup, saucer and plate in green, white and silver coloured highlighting. It was made at the Staffordshire pottery of Cartwright & Edwards.
It's a typically stylish, geometric, Art Deco design in vibrant green on white, with squared-off plate and triangular handle. Silver-coloured edging and webbing finish off the look.
Who made it and when?
Cartwright & Edwards' Victoria works operated in Stoke on Trent, Staffordshire between 1912 and 1955. The maker's mark on this set was in use between 1936 and 1955 and reads:
- Bone China
We like using non-identical, but similar trios to make up a tea set. They're interesting to use, nice to display and can be swapped in or out of the set as you please.
What condition is it in?
- In good condition
- No chips or cracks
- Some parts of the silver-coloured pattern are worn
What are the measurements?
- The cup is 7cm high and 10.5 cm from rim to handle (2.75 and 4 inches)
- The saucer is 13.5cm in diameter and 2cm high (5.25 and 0.75 inches)
- The plate is 15.5cm in diameter and 1cm high (6 and 0.25 inches)
- It all weighs 421 grams
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