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    Posted 7 months ago

    AdeleC
    (591 items)

    I saw a saucer on the wall of a Pub like these, and really liked it, so looked it up online, and managed to find a set of 4 cups and saucers. They are made by Staffordshire Potters Taylor and Kent, who became Elizabethan fine bone china Ltd in 1982, and have the rather strange name Cut For Coffee! I thought they were from the 1960's-70's, but from the info that Elizabethan was formed in 1982, they must be later.

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    Comments

    1. LaurenRedmond LaurenRedmond, 7 months ago
      Very cool! I'd imagine the Joker would drink out of something like this!
    2. Newfld Newfld, 7 months ago
      Gorgeous playing cards cup & saucer, there is a gambler's saying here "cut the cards" or "cut the deck (of cards)", perhaps name comes from that?
    3. Findings, 7 months ago
      Hmmmm Alice and Wonderland came to mind ....nice set.
    4. Ms.CrystalShip Ms.CrystalShip, 7 months ago
      What fun... these would be great to serve at a Bridge Game...if I played. Ha!
      Seriously tho, they are very unusual which makes them special.
    5. keramikos keramikos, 7 months ago
      AdeleC, So cute. :-)

      I found a variation (it actually looks like a snack plate, because the depression for the mug in the saucer/plate is off center):

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      Queen's Fine Bone China 'Cut for Coffee' Playing Card Design Mug and Plate. Stamped on base of plate says: A Crownford Product Est.1875 Queen's China Staffordshire English Fine Bone China Cut for Coffee. Mug is 9 cm in height. Plate is 21.75 cm diameter.

      *snip*

      https://www.worthpoint.com/worthopedia/queens-bone-china-cut-coffee-playing-514077407

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