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Posted 4 years ago


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This a Tuscan China tea cup and saucer. Does anyone know the pattern name? Does anyone know if the saucer shape has a name?

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  1., 4 years ago
    It's called a tennis set or snack set when the plate is combined with the saucer.

    Very pretty! Don't know the pattern name.

    I'm thinking it's from the 1020's or 30's by the style and the mark. The company was in business from 1898 to 1970.
  2. rucklczglass rucklczglass, 1 month ago
    Also called a luncheon or high tea set. Popular porcelain ware for entertainment of the ladies during mid 20th century. ;-)

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