British bone china Royal Worcester 1960 hand-painted rose bone china cake plate inventory

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British bone china Royal Worcester 1960 hand-painted rose bone china cake plate inventory

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♥~ Origin: United Kingdom ♥~Material: Bone China, Bone China ♥~ Size: 24 cm in diameter ♥~ Size: Royal Worcester ♥~Product details: Hand-painted pink rose cake pan, snack plate, plate Royal Garden Series ~ The same series has flower tea cups matching each other (Figure 5) The bone china is meticulous in texture, the gold inlay is complete, and there is no trace of use in the stock. Gifts for personal use are suitable~ Worth collecting and everyday use ♥~Brand introduction: Royal Worcester Royal Worcester is the oldest famous porcelain in the UK, founded in 1751 by Dr. John Wall and William Davis. Royal Worcester adheres to the principle of perfection in the production technology and quality of porcelain, making its porcelain a classic choice for the porcelain industry. In 1788, he won the favor of Emperor George III, and officially obtained royal royalties and granted the right to be crowned "Royal." In addition to the exquisite craftsmanship of each piece of Royal Worcester, the gold embossed part is made of high quality pure 22K gold. It is especially eye-catching with the pure white parts of porcelain. The symbol of the back logo, in addition to the British crown that symbolizes the royal family, The four Ws represent the name of the company's location, Worcester, the founder of Dr. John Wall, the earliest place of the ancient kiln, Warmstry House, and the company name Wigornia. The central number 51 is the year of the founding of Royal Worcester in 1751. Until now, Royal Worcester porcelain has been loved by the world for its elegant hand-painted patterns. The early exquisite hand-painted series of porcelain was not in the museum, but sold at a good price in the auction, becoming the collector's treasure. ♥~Good news~ The fan group of "Anny Crazy Antiquities" has been established in FB^^~ As long as you collect "Annie Crazy Antiquities" at FB, then go in and praise, you can share the fun of collecting antiquities with your friends. ~Welcome to join "Anny Crazy Antiquities" Become one of the members of the antiquities treasure hunt ^^^~ If you want to merge and buy goods from other stores, please let me know which merchandise items are to be merged. I will calculate the freight cost for you and return 10% of the total freight charges to the buyer. Thank you! Please read about me before the subscript Photographed products are inevitably colored. Please read the product pictures and instructions before subscript. For buyers who have perfect requirements, please carefully consider before subscript. I am happy to answer any questions about the goods.

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