On offer is a stunning vintage Queen’s Rosina fine bone china tea cup and saucer set (2 pieces), with gold trim and bird design c. 1960s. I believe the birds are goldfinches. This set is in excellent vintage condition with no chips or cracks. Please see pictures for details.
This Queen’s Rosina saucer features the Queen’s Rosina backstamp circa 1952+, “Rosina Est. 1875 Fine Bone China Made in England” in a circular design with crown and pink rose. The Teacup features the blue Queen’s Rosina backstamp “Estd. 1875 Queen’s Fine Bone China Made in England Rosina China Co. Ltd” backstamp. This set features the “Birds of America” pattern and was produced at the Queens Pottery, Longton, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England under Rosina China Co. Ltd.
This set includes 1 teacup and 1 matching saucer. The teacup is approx. 3 inches tall by 3 inches wide. The saucer is approx. 5.5 inches wide.
A perfect gift for collectors of Queen’s Rosina, fine bone china, teacups and saucers, bird lovers or really anyone who enjoys the relaxation of a delicious cup of proper tea, served in a delicately beautiful teacup.
CARING FOR VINTAGE & ANTIQUE CHINA: If you would like to clean your Queen’s Rosina China, please don’t use harsh chemicals and never use bleach or run through the dishwasher. You’ll want to use warm, (not hot), water and mild, citrus-free detergents to clean. Hand wash pieces individually and line your sink with a plastic wash tub to avoid chipping. To remove tea stains from your tea cup, try using undiluted household white vinegar or a denture cleaning tablet and water as a soak. Fill the cup to just below the inner design and allow to sit for several hours or over night, until any tea stains have been removed. You should never scrub antique or vintage China with anything abrasive!