Here is a sweet cup and saucer from the Victorian period in England, kind of a parian or biscuit porcelain body molded with row upon row of flowers. Excellent condition with no damage and no wear. Very thin! Very light! Very translucent! The saucer is a little more than four and a half inches across. The cup handle is shaped like a small branch, appropriate for the theme of flowers. There is no maker’s mark and I’m guessing at the date. It could be anywhere from 1830 up to 1915. If anyone has more information, let me know. Note that the photos show the white porcelain picking up some of the color from the green background.
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