J & G Meakin (UK) Sunshine R 561073 Tea Set Complete with Teapot, Creamer, Sugar Bowl, Teacups, Saucers and Plate
J & G Meakin (UK) Sunshine R 561073 Tea Set Complete with Teapot, Creamer, Sugar Bowl, Teacups, Saucers and Plate
J & G Meakin (UK) Sunshine R 561073 Tea Set Complete with Teapot, Creamer, Sugar Bowl, Teacups, Saucers and Plate
J & G Meakin (UK) Sunshine R 561073 Tea Set Complete with Teapot, Creamer, Sugar Bowl, Teacups, Saucers and Plate
J & G Meakin (UK) Sunshine R 561073 Tea Set Complete with Teapot, Creamer, Sugar Bowl, Teacups, Saucers and Plate
J & G Meakin (UK) Sunshine R 561073 Tea Set Complete with Teapot, Creamer, Sugar Bowl, Teacups, Saucers and Plate

J & G Meakin (UK) Sunshine R 561073 Tea Set Complete with Teapot, Creamer, Sugar Bowl, Teacups, Saucers and Plate

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Condition: This exceptional ivory/beige/gold complete tea set (plus a salad plate that can be used under the teapot or as a dessert plate) from the 1940-1960s period has hardly any surface wear and no chips but some of the items have crazing. The pattern is quite rare, we could not find anything even remotely similar.

The set includes:
1 X Teapot with lid
1 X Sugar bowl
1 X Creamer
1 X Salad/dessert plate
6 x 3 pce Demitasse sets

22 pieces in total (plus the teapot lid of course)

The cups are normal teacup size, and hold close to 200 ml. The teapot holds about 6 cups.
The diameter of the dessert plates and saucers is 17 and 14 cm/7 and 5.5", the salad plate is 22 cm/9"across.
Weight: 4.25 kg in total.

This set will be posted with tracking and insurance.

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Over the years we have collected hundreds of beautiful examples of early to mid 20th century porcelain and earthenware produced mainly in England and Europe by reputable potteries. As manufacturing of these products in most cases ceased around the 1970s, the surviving items will become ever more precious.

Please remember that signs of wear and flaws in vintage items actually add to their charm and tell us a story, that’s why we love them! When the description mentions “crazing” (a network of fine lines in the fired glazed surface of pottery) in some cases that is accidental or deliberately produced/accentuated as a desired effect.