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Wedgwood Serving Bowl Wedgwood & Co. Ltd serving bowl in Royal Lemi Porcelain. Made in England in the "Glytie" pattern.

Wedgwood Transferware Bowl

A very rare surviving pitcher from Victorian England made by Wedgwood about 1880. Majolica is prized for its brilliant glazes and its whimsical decoration. This pattern is in the desirable Japanesque style. From a collection assembled by noted floral designer Ron Morgan.

Yellow Pitcher

Royal tea set ~ royal residence of Empress Catherine in Pushkin

Vintage Hazel Atlas Plates and Bowls Pink Hazel

Mason's Vista England teacup

Vintage English Royal Albert Silver Birch Fine by MariasFarmhouse

Royal Stafford - England Tea Cup and Saucer.

Vintage Royal Albert Old Country Roses Tea Set by cake-stand-heaven, via Flickr. Very pretty for tea.

Vintage brown transferware plate with boat design. Marked "Tennyson - N.W.P.Co., England."

A lovely Nippon hand-painted soup-consommé bowl in lovely floral colors with gold trim.

Atomic Chip and Dip Bowl, who knew the stuff in my mom's kitchen would be so cool 40 years later??

Royal Albert "Blossom Time"

19th-C. Large Transferware Soup Tureen

Vintage Footed Royal Standard Fine Bone Tea Cup by MariasFarmhouse, $75.00

Rare piece in a rare pattern, this egg stand for five eggs is decorated in the "Angry Lion" pattern. Made circa 1820. $215

Ive got to pin all these beautiful teacup b.c I can't afford to buy them all for my collection