Royal Standard Bone China created their popular #1445 Paisley Chintz in pink for this Teacup and Saucer! The all-over pink paisley chintz motif is a gorgeous design of flowers and paisley scrolls in shades ranging from pastel pink to deep rose with a touch of black for a dramatic accent. The rim of the fluted cup, the high, curled handle, and the scalloped rims of the saucer are gold trimmed. The base of the cup is delineated with a narrow black band, and the foot is trimmed with gold.
The elegant teacup is 2-7/8-inches tall, 3-inches at the top of the handle. It is 3-1/2 inches in diameter at the fluted rim, and stands on a 1-7/8 inch diameter foot. The matching saucer is 5-7/8 inches in diameter.
The underglaze back stamp is a green crown followed by the words "Royal Standard Fine Bone China England.” The pattern number, 1445, is also on the foot of the cup in black. This mark was used by Royal Standard from 1949 to 1966 before the company became part of Royal Doulton in 1969.
There is a pinhead sized extra drop of bone china just under the handle of the cup. There is also a flaw in the form of a shallow indentation, about 1/8-inch long with almost no depth, along the back side edge of the saucer. It causes a ripple in the gold trim, but the gold is intact, and it is not visible from the front of the saucer.
There are no other condition issues.