Early 19th Century Georgian Teacup and Saucer.
A Georgian period teacup and saucer with polychrome transfer chinoiserie decoration of two Oriental ladies with a male figure carrying a bouquet: “Who is going to get the bouquet?” Hand-painted highlight colours.
The backstamp is a D surrounded by decoration — probably the mark of Thomas Dimmock (Jnr) and Co, of the Staffordshire Potteries, England. The pottery operated from 1828 to 1859. This would have been made in the early period. The saucer is deeply dished with no indentation, and measures 14 cm diameter and 2.8 cm high. The cup is 5.5 cm high and is 9 cm diameter at the top. In very good condition.
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