This 1950s Northumbria flower cup
Bottom of the cup has stated: hand painted hand-painted (Fig looked)
Full of classic romantic idea of feelings
Bone china cups and saucers spiral design
Elegant and meticulous hand-painted roses
Covered Sugar Bowl + milk + two flower pots cup
Hand-painted bone china set the British system, cheap price,
Daily use can also be worth collecting
♥ ~ size: flower cup height 8.5cm x 5.5cm diameter disc diameter 14cm, Sugar Bowl: High 6cm x 9cm wide milk pot: Height 8.5cm x 7.5cm wide
♥ ~ International Shipping: NT500, every Friday from England shipped to Taiwan, about 6-7 days to receive the goods
♥ ~ bone maintenance mode
1. gold platinum side dishes not use a microwave oven.
2. Hand wash dishes, avoid using coarse scouring pads, abrasive nature or lotions, drinking immediately rinse with warm water.
3. Do not use washing dishwasher, washing dishwasher way because, over time there will be bone surface scratches.
4. When storing dishes, do not stack, so as not to scratch the glaze.
5. Although the bone surface is very hard, in the front of the stack dishes may be cut on the back of the upper bowl pan. Between the disk and the disk is recommended to isolate tissue.
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Origin / manufacturing methods
The British system