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China and Dinnerware704 of 2455Blue and White Tea Cup Royal Sometuke Nippon Blue & White Tea Pot
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Posted 12 months ago

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Aimathena
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All I know about these tea cups is...
I thought they were pretty so I bought them (flea market) to decorate my dinning room with.
Honestly until spending the past few days on this site I never gave a thought to when and where they were made or by whom. I didn't even notice they were made in England until tonight.

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  1. Moonstonelover21 Moonstonelover21, 12 months ago
    This décor is almost like the Blue Danube dish set I have that is Vintage...XO
  2. Aimathena, 12 months ago
    ;-) that's great. Do you know anything about them?
  3. Aimathena, 12 months ago
    Sorry, I just noticed you did name them.
  4. Moonstonelover21 Moonstonelover21, 12 months ago
    This décor is my favourite in dishware...and pricey! They were either made in Japan or USA and Neiman Marcus or Nordstroms used to carry the line...stopped about 30 years ago...XO
  5. Aimathena, 12 months ago
    The bottom of mine say England
  6. Moonstonelover21 Moonstonelover21, 12 months ago
    Then yours might be Meissen...and that's wonderful!!! XO
  7. Aimathena, 12 months ago
    Thanks xo :-D that makes me so happy.
    I love having an eye for them just by their sheer beauty.
  8. maryh1956 maryh1956, 12 months ago
    Meissen is German
  9. maryh1956 maryh1956, 12 months ago
    I think Arthur Wood used an impressed mark on some of their pieces, and the base of the cup was too small, so the complete mark was on the matching saucer.
    I think Moonstonelover meant Minton or Minton's but when they used an impressed mark I think it was usually their name.
  10. Moonstonelover21 Moonstonelover21, 12 months ago
    maryh1956, thank you for correcting me...I am still learning...ask me about antique jewelry :)) XOXOXO
  11. Aimathena, 12 months ago
    Thanks so much maryh1956.... truly enjoying soaking in all the knowledge
  12. Aimathena, 12 months ago
    =^) Thanks for the Love...
    MSL
    Sean
    Phil
  13. Aimathena, 11 months ago
    =^) Thanks for the Love... Petey
  14. Aimathena, 11 months ago
    =^) Thanks for the Love...
    bratjdd
    agh

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