Cups and Saucers

Every household needs a collection of Trios, Duos and Tennis sets.
Tea cups were first imported into Britain by the East India Trading Company from China during the rein of George IV. British Manufactures started producing fine bone china in the 1790s after its spike in popularity and by the 1820s there were 106 manufactures. Tea ware decorators reached a high in the 1900 with Spode, Minton, Coalport, Wedgwood, Derby producing extraordinary Cups and Saucers comprising of gold edging, floral patterns, birds and fruit.