Flight Barr Worcester true'trio. This is what was originally. Known as a trio - these. Days this term refers to. Part of a much more extensive.This listing is for one trio. All three pieces have Wrythen. Twisted ribbed design to body. All pieces are decorated with the. Same glorious cobalt blue bands.
With hand applied pure gold leaf. Design and the lovely gold thistles. That just gleam in the light. Which dates them to between.Very faint'B' underneath each piece. Which I have shown in one photo with. Autocorrecting as they are very.
This tea and coffee set mainly dates to. The late 1700s or very early 1800s except. For six identical saucers (listed separately). That have been added about 100 years later.
Possibly to extend the setting so you could. Serve tea and coffee together and they would. I can find no evidence that Royal Worcester.
Continued making this pattern into the early. Century so it is possible the owners. Commissioned Royal Worcester to make.The six later saucers expressly for them. Regrettably we have to split it all up. To sell as trying to pack so many fragile. Pieces of porcelain to withstand being. Sent through the post together would not. Only be a nightmare but the cost to the. If anyone in Australia is interested. In a large number of pieces or the.
Whole set we would be happy to. Price and help get a good Carrier to. Deliver them when next going to your.Area which should be cheaper and. All three pieces are in very. No chips, cracks, crazing or. All ping well when tapped.
A few faint surface usage marks. A little wear to gold gilding on. The high points on the rims mainly. But really all three are in extremely.
Good condition especially for being. Teacup has three dark marks.
In an even triangular configuration. That have to be stilt marks from the. Firing process as all but two of the. Teacups have them to some degree. They must have fired the cups upside.
Down on a three pronged kiln stilt. (support system) so they didn't. You often see stilt marks underneath. A plate or something large like that.This is the first time I have come. Across them inside a cup but this. Is what they must be. Tiniest amount of kiln grit inside. In the coffee cup - see photos.
Kiln grit is a common occurrence. In this English soft-paste porcelain. And pottery production in general. Most of the teacups and some of the.Other pieces in this set have it. Any little brown dots and/or.
Unevenness to the foot rim. Of any piece is all original. Porcelain comes out of the kiln.14.5cm (5 3/4) wide &. 3.2cm (1 1/4) high. 9.2cm (3 9/16) across body. 5.7cm (2 1/4) high. Coffee demitasse cup is approx.
7cm (2 11/16) across body. 6.3cm (2 1/2) high. We guarantee our descriptions are accurate.
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Determine what these additional costs will be prior. For a very long time now and hopefully will. Be for a long time to come. Between 2007 and 2018 we were also.Which has now sadly closed as our old building was. This item is in the category "Pottery & Glass\Decorative Cookware, Dinnerware & Serveware\Cup & Saucers". The seller is "kollectik1" and is located in this country: AU. This item can be shipped worldwide.