Made 1860-80 all hand decorated in the Tulip pattern. No maker backstamp so an early line set. No scratches and marks on surface, but there is some bits of exposed grit in the wells of the teapot and sugar bowl Nothing that is not common for the period. No cracks or chips or repairs to note that I could find. Ring finials bell shaped caps.
All 3 pieces on raised feet appendages. Teapot stands 8", 9.5" spout to handle Impressive piece.
An astounding piece of Victorian tableware. More items to list in this pattern, sadly discovered some damage in those [like cracks in a few of the cups] but there were a lot of them. Most settings during this period could have up to 20 place sets, people just had larger core families that all lived together.
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