Bookworm tea cup and saucer

  • Each cup includes susan’s favourite 30 british authors
  • Can be personalised on the inside rim with a message
  • Handmade and handcrafted by one of our skilled china makers
  • Gift wrapped in an English made presentation box
  • Matching Bookworm Teapot and mugs available
  • Free postage if you spend more than £40


  • Text for inside rim ( optional ) *

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What better way to relax than to settle down and read a favourite book with a cup of tea or coffee in one of Susan Rose’s English bone china ‘Bookworm’ cup and saucer

Susan has included a mixture of her favourite male and female British authors from across the years – from Jane Austen to P D James, from Geoffrey Chaucer to P G Wodehouse

The cup is decorated with images taken from Susan’s original hand drawings of book spines with their corresponding authors.

The cup may be personalised with text on the inside rim.

The cup and saucer are finished with a hand-painted contemporary black rim.

Perfect for any book club!

Susan Rose China also offers the same ‘Bookworm’ design on an English bone china teapot where a mix of both female and male authors may be found and on mugs.

All our china is handmade and handcrafted by one of our skilled china makers in the Longton district of Stoke-on-Trent.

The china is gift wrapped in an English made presentation box.

Susan Rose China is proud to support British manufacturing at its finest.


Dishwasher safe
Microwave safe


Height: 6cm
Capacity: 225ml

Diameter: 15.5cm


Please allow 2 weeks for delivery after artwork approval

Free Postage by Royal Mail 48hr Tracked for orders over £40

Additional information
Weight 0.4 kg
Dimensions 8.9 cm
Male or Female Authors

Male, Female


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