Military Insignia on Teacups & Saucers

£90.00£130.00
  • Select either a four or six cups & saucers set to make a unique gift
  • Can be personalised with a military crest or cap badge
  • For an extra personal touch you can also add a name and rank
  • Handmade and handcrafted by one of our skilled china makers
  • Hand-painted details
  • Gift wrapped in an English made presentation box
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  • Upload an image of your regimental insigniaMax file size: 10 MBPermitted file types: png jpg jpeg pdf

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Description

Tea always tastes better served from an English bone china cup and saucer. Susan offers a set of four or six cups & saucers in her military range to make a unique gift.
The cups and saucers can be bought with a matching English bone china teapot.
The cup is decorated with the military crest or cap badge on the front and back. Alternatively a name and rank may be substituted on the back.
Both cup and saucer are finished with a hand-painted rim in a colour of choice.

Upload the military insignia or let us know the name of the regiment and we will put together representative artwork of your finished china, email it back to you and ask you to approve it before we proceed.

All our china is hand-made and hand-decorated 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 best.

Details

Dishwasher proof provided not edged in Metallic Gold or Silver.

Dimensions:
Sussex Teacup:
Height: 7.1cm
Diameter at top: 8.5cm
Diameter at bottom: 4.6cm
Capacity: 190ml

Stirling Teacup:
Height: 5.8cm
Diameter at top: 8.4cm
Diameter at bottom: 8.1cm
Capacity: 190ml

Weight:
Set of 4: 1556g
Set of 6: 2334g

Delivery

Please allow 1-2 weeks for delivery after final approval

Additional information
Teacup Style

Sussex, Stirling

Set of

Set of 4, Set of 6

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