Ready for the month of May, here is a pretty Bone China Lily of the Valley Teacup and Saucer from Royal Windsor, a trade name of Hammersley. Numbered x2577/7, the pattern is a sweet bouquet of Lily-of-the-Valley, the birth flower for May, interestingly depicted sideways on the front of the cup. The bouquet has the distinctive wide, deep green leaves of the plant framing tall stalks of the tiny bell-like flowers. The nosegay is accented with smaller flowers of blue and deep pink. A smaller spray is depicted on the back of the cup. The saucer echoes the design of the cup with a large spray on the left and a smaller spray on the right. The scalloped rim of the saucer, as well as the rim, foot, and handle of the cup are all trimmed in gold.
Royal Windsor was a trade name of Hammersley Bone China circa the 1950s. The set is stamped in gold with an oval laurel wreath topped by a crown. “Royal Windsor, Fine Bone China, England” is printed across the oval. The pattern number x2577/7 is also stamped on the cup in gold, while the saucer has a gold artist’s mark.
The teacup is just shy of 3-1/2 inches in diameter, 4-1/4 with the handle, and 2-7/8 inches tall. The matching saucer is just over 5-3/4 inches in diameter.
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