The following is a guide for the novice collector to the most common English cup and handle shapes, it omits examples of cups of different.
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- Antique Cups
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- Glass cantharus (cup with two handles). Period: Early Imperial; Date Stock Photo: - Alamy
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A Staffordshire Phoenix porcelain late 19thc teacup,saucer and side plate beautifully decorated with oriental vases of flowers and vines on tables within a turquoise scale ground border, an excellent example in very good condition.
Interesting old china tea cup dating to the early s. Nice decoration with gold rim. Generally Very Good Condition.
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This tea cup was made at the Royal factory in Naples in the 19th century. It is finely made from porcelain and is decorated with classical scenes in relief. The porcelain is fine and the effect is attractive. Decorated on a pale turquoise ground and hand painted with butterflies and grasses. Both cup and saucer have a gilt toothed dentil pattern to the rims. The cup has an internal gilt thin band and the foot also having aa slightly wider gilt band.
It is nicely decorated with a claret and yellow border and enriched with gilding. There is a fine crack on the top edge of the teacup , of about 1" in length and some wear to the gilding , mostly on the saucer. Please see my other items for a sucrier from this service and lots more Ridgway. Blue and white transfer printed decoration. The item does have some crazing. Please supersize the images by selecting this option provided and observe closely a full insight into these items better than I can describe.
All measurements can be seen to scale against tape measure. We provide a professional packing method to ensure safe worldwide shipping for our porcelain and delicate items. Antique Davenport cup and saucer in white and gold filigree. There is a small manufacturing crack inside the cup otherwise in very good clean condition free from chip and minimum amount of soft crazing. Just perfect for that Espresso from the coffee machine, or just for display.
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Beautiful Masons ironstone teacup and saucer each decorated in green and iron red with flowers and foliage and stylised panels with gilding to rim. Date estimate c, possibly a Staffordshire factory. This is a rare gilt thistle pattern cup and saucer, looks like a coffee cup shape. The ring handle has a second finger rest under the ring which is unusual.
Glass cantharus (cup with two handles). Period: Early Imperial; Date Stock Photo: - Alamy
Good Condition For Its Age. Pretty antique miniature cup and saucer. Both the cup and the saucer are beautifully decorated with hand painted garlands of brightly coloured flowers. Against a white ground with gilded detailing. Davenport shape but unmarked so maker and age is unknown.
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Both cup and saucer are shaped with slightly curved panels. No chips or cracks. Hand painted flowers are still bright and vibrant. Please see pictures and description for more details.
It is richly decorated in gilt and Imari palette. The handle on the cup seems to have had restoration and this is a pinky colour. No issues seen elsewhere. There is a faint cypher mark to the saucer which dates it to circa Look at the shape of the handle. Expert and dealer Paul Mould writes on his "Antique Porcelain Collector" website that cup handles became more ornate as the s progressed, so simpler handles may indicate an earlier date.
Never attempt to repair a piece of antique porcelain; instead, take it to an experienced restorer, as an inexpert repair can devalue a piece considerably. Likewise, use only mild soap and warm not hot water to gently clean antique porcelain, and never put it in a dishwasher, as it can easily crack and chip, and delicate gold rims can fade and even wash away.
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