Its nice to have a cup and saucer that lends itself to a leisurely cappuccino or latte. What better way to enjoy the weekend newspapers?The design has three hens leisurely round the cup. The saucer is plain white.Bone china. Height 60mm
The first development of what would become known as bone china was made by Thomas Frye at his Bow porcelain factory in East London in 1748. But it was Josiah Spode in Stoke who perfected the formulation of bone china and it quickly proved to be highly popular.From its initial development up to the twentieth century, bone china remained almost exclusively an English product, with production being effectively localised to Stoke-on-Trent.
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