Vintage Aynsley Orchard Gold Cup and Saucer

£39.99

Vintage Aynsley Orchard Gold Cup and Saucer

1 in stock

Description

Vintage Aynsley Orchard Gold Cup and Saucer featuring orchard fruit against a gilt and fawn background. Please see individual Additional Dimensions. Printed on base “Aynsley, Established 1775, Made in England, Fine English Bone China”, with the Aynsley stamp. Item is in excellent condition, free from cracks and chips however there is a minor soil mark to the base of the saucer. Please see photographs.

Additional information

Dimensions

Length (approx): 15cm
Width (approx): 15cm
Height (approx): 7.5cm

Brand

Aynsley

Material

Ceramic, China, Earthenware, Porcelain, Pottery

Object Type

Cup and Saucer

Pattern

Orchard Gold

Additional Dimensions

Cup measurements approx. Length 13cm. Width 11cm. Height 7.5cm. Saucer measurements approx. Length 15cm. Width 15cm. Height 2.5cm.

Condition

Excellent – Preloved/Used

Did you know...

Both Queen Elizabeth II and Diana (Princess of Wales) chose Aynsley china as wedding presents from the British china industry.

Disclaimer

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The term ‘Vintage‘ refers to an item that is approximately 20 years old or older. Estimated age may be given based on the item’s appearance and the information we currently hold on the item’s history.

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Please look at all the photographs carefully. We endeavour to point out any visible defects that are beyond normal antique/vintage wear. If there is anything of any significance, we will draw your attention to it in the description.

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