Monday, August 24, 2015


All our vintage china was made in England by manufacturers in the Staffordshire Potteries the majority of whom ceased trading many years ago.

Royal Crown Derby c.1939
Crown Staffordshire c.1930s
Paragon Art Deco

The beautiful, floral patterned, 22kt gold gilded teacups, teapots and tableware we have on our website has been sitting in someone's display cabinet or on their tea table in the past, so of course they are used pieces. If, like me, you appreciate the craftsmanship that went in to the production of vintage china and love the delicate shapes, hand painting and elegance of style, then you will enjoy collecting vintage china.

Royal Adderley c.1960s

We search UK wide for the prettiest chinaware so that you can start your own collection or give someone a special and thoughtful lasting gift. A full teaset when washed and checked may turn out to be just a few teacups and saucers as we discard any that are chipped, cracked or crazed.

Sutherland China c.1936
On our website you can choose to see teaware by selecting the Colour/Date/Style category. If you like say green or pink colours, Art Deco from the 1920s and 30s or mismatched china you can see them all listed together.

 Take a look at our large collection of teacup trios and start your collection today.

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