English Imari Cup Saucer Plate Victorian Greta Pottery 1880s Teacup Trio
This is an antique imari pattern teacup trio consisting of a cup and saucer with matching plate made by G. P. Ltd. or Greta Pottery, England 1880-1890s during the late Victorian era.The pattern is called Sevres.
The cup is 2.75 inches high, the saucer is 5.5 in diameter and the plate is 6 in diameter. The Imari pattern was popularized in the Victorian period by the discovery and popularity of the Japanese china from the Imari region that featured bright cobalt blue, red and green.
This cup, saucer and plate has all of those colors and features sepia transferware design with husk garlands and has been hand colored and hand applied gold trim and accents.
The set is in very good +++ used vintage condition with no chips or cracks and only minor gold wear and a few mineral inclusions or kiln dust from the manufacturing process. A gorgeous set!
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