• English Georgian Cups & Saucers 1760 - 1825 - Private Collection.

    Tea and coffee arrived in Britain in the middle of the seventeenth century. The East India Company brought delicate porcelain teapots and tea bowls from China. The growing fashion for tea drinking in mid eighteenth century inspired the British and European potters to emulate the Chinese teawares at home. Before 1760 many of the cups were without handles and called tea bowls.

    English Georgian Cups & Saucers 1760 - 1825

    Wrapping Paper
    Code: WP102 £10.08 Add to order
  • Cornflowers in a Staffordshire Jug circa 1825 - Worcester Cup circa 1780 - Private Collection.

    Cornflowers in a Staffordshire Jug

    Greetings Card
    Code: C217 £10.08 Add to order
  • English Georgian Cups - 1760 - 1825 - Private Collection.

    Showing mainly blue and white cups.

    English Georgian Cups 1760 - 1825

    Greetings Card
    Code: C159 £10.08 Add to order
  • Georgian Blue Cups - Private Collection.

    Blue and white pieces were very popular.

    Georgian Blue Cups

    Greetings Card
    Code: C251 £10.08 Add to order
  • Worcester Coffee Cup circa 1780 - Private Collection.

    The Worcester factory was founded in 1751. Many of the patterns were based on Chinese designs. Blue and white pieces were very popular.

    Mini card size: Approx. 87mm wide x 62mm high.

    Worcester Coffee Cup circa 1780

    Mini Card
    Code: MC102 £4.20 Add to order
  • Worcester Coffee Cup circa 1780 - Private Collection.

    The Worcester factory was founded in 1751. Many of the patterns were based on Chinese designs. Blue and white pieces were very popular.

    Tag size: Approx. 87mm wide x 62mm high.

    Worcester Coffee Cup circa 1780

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    Code: T102 £2.16 Add to order