Victorian egg cup, c1874, made of sterling silver by the Gorham company. Shaped like a broken egg shell and monogramed with an L. Note the chicken leg supports, which are both charming and slightly surreal.

Victorian egg cup, c1874, made of sterling silver by the Gorham company. Shaped like a broken egg shell and monogramed with an L. Note the chicken leg supports, which are both charming and slightly surreal.

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Victorian Egg Cups And Stand Silverplate 1890s Romantic Breakfast for Two
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Perfect for cooling warm eggs  Cast Iron Egg Holder  In true victorian kitchen style this cast iron egg holder holds 8 eggs. Keep them at hand whilst cooking. A distressed cream colour and very decorative.The perfect country kitchen accessory. W28cm D17.5cm H6.5cm.  From England

Perfect for cooling warm eggs Cast Iron Egg Holder In true victorian kitchen style this cast iron egg holder holds 8 eggs. Keep them at hand whilst cooking. A distressed cream colour and very decorative.The perfect country kitchen accessory. W28cm D17.5cm H6.5cm. From England

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Antique Silver Plate Chick Egg Cup Server Made by Roger Smith & Co, Quadruple Plate, Silver Toothpick Holder, Victorian Egg Cup, Late 1800's by LavishMaidenVintage on Etsy

Antique Silver Plate Chick Egg Cup Server Made by Roger Smith & Co, Quadruple Plate, Silver Toothpick Holder, Victorian Egg Cup, Late 1800's by LavishMaidenVintage on Etsy

Antique 1890s Victorian silver plate and bronze 6 egg cups on stand
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cute little tree...simple and pretty for a dinning table at each place-setting, on a buffet, several on a mantle, guest bath or bedrooms. Nice as a guest take-away too : )

cute little tree...simple and pretty for a dinning table at each place-setting, on a buffet, several on a mantle, guest bath or bedrooms. Nice as a guest take-away too : )

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Victorian era porcelain tea cup - During the Victorian era, only two large main meals were eaten per day, breakfast and a very late dinner.

Victorian era porcelain tea cup - During the Victorian era, only two large main meals were eaten per day, breakfast and a very late dinner.

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