Aynsley Fine bone China Tea cup and saucer

by The Vintage Tearoom

AED 100.00

1 in stock

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Description

This is a gorgeous Aynsley Fine bone china tea cup and saucer dating from the 1930s era.
It has a lovely pink glaze to the side of the cup and around the edge of the saucer with a gilt leaf pattern inside the cup and around the saucer.
The gilding is in good order and there are no chips or cracks.There are two small spots in the glaze in the base of the teacup commensurate with age.

Shipping

The Vintage Tearoom ships from Dubai, United Arab Emirates

1st item Each additional item
United Arab Emirates courier AED 30.00 Free

Shop polices

The vintage Tearoom Shop Policies Please ensure once you have placed your order you check your messages on the Little Majlis site. This will keep you up to date with the status of your order. We offer a courier delivery service and aim to have your order delivered to you within 48 hours of receiving notification. Due to the vintage nature of our products there may be small imperfections. This is to be expected in items which in some cases were produced over 100 years ago and is commensurate with age. Due to the delicate nature of our product we make sure items are well packed before we send them however if any damage does occur to your item in transit then we are happy to refund you or exchange for another product of the same value. Please notify us within 2 days of receipt. Generally please don't hesitate to contact us with any queries or questions about our collection or any items you may want us to source for you.

The Vintage Tearoom

The Vintage Tearoom specialises in beautiful antique and vintage fine bone china teacup duos, trios, and tea sets. All the pieces we sell are original vintage items and as they are now no longer produced they have a rare quality. We love to see them bought by customers who love them all over again arguably making them the ultimate green purchase!

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