This pretty tea cup and saucer set looks as if it would date from about 1820. It sports the "London Handle" of that period. However, this is a 20th century set. I have the matching teapot which is clearly marked "36" for 1936. The pattern number is Wedgwood's A5467/2.
The set is in excellent condition with no chips, cracks, or repairs. The saucer shows a bit of crazing in the well. Both pieces ring when tapped. Each piece is impressed WEDGWOOD.
The cup is 2-1/4" high at the handle. The deep saucer's diameter is 5-1/4". Although the set is a "normal" size, it matches the small "Bachelor Teapot" for sale in my shop.
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