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Dear Mismatched Teacups, Again: Why does your beauty have to siren-call to me, and why arent you available more often, and more cheaply, in more flea markets? Still Sincerely, Me. :p

Dear Mismatched Teacups, Again: Why does your beauty have to siren-call to me, and why arent you available more often, and more cheaply, in more flea markets? Still Sincerely, Me. :p

Dear Mismatched Teacups, Again: Why does your beauty have to siren-call to me, and why arent you available more often, and more cheaply, in more flea markets? Still Sincerely, Me. :p

Dear Mismatched Teacups, Again: Why does your beauty have to siren-call to me, and why arent you available more often, and more cheaply, in more flea markets? Still Sincerely, Me. :p

Old English rose with black matte finish-Ryal Albert is my favorite-there are so many lovely patterns that make taking tea delightful(lol)

Old English rose with black matte finish-Ryal Albert is my favorite-there are so many lovely patterns that make taking tea delightful(lol)

Royal Albert Teacup And Saucer Blue And White Bone China England Numbered 2180 on Etsy, $37.22 CAD

Royal Albert Teacup And Saucer Blue And White Bone China England Numbered 2180 on Etsy, $37.22 CAD

Tuscan tea cup - trio, Blue Upon White with Pink Rose Floral and Green Garland on Scalloped Edges

Tuscan tea cup - trio, Blue Upon White with Pink Rose Floral and Green Garland on Scalloped Edges

Pretty Mulberry transfer-ware cup & saucer made by Crown Ducal in Tunstall, Staffordshire England in the Bristol pattern. The decoration has an Asian influence of a Griffin & Flying Peacock on the saucer & has an embossed scalloped rim. This piece was made between 1931-1937. The name Crown Ducal originated in 1916.  Collectors are drawn to many of the Crown Ducal patterns, some of the label's most famous & valuable motifs are the 1930s, Art Deco-inspired designs of Charlotte Rhead.

Pretty Mulberry transfer-ware cup & saucer made by Crown Ducal in Tunstall, Staffordshire England in the Bristol pattern. The decoration has an Asian influence of a Griffin & Flying Peacock on the saucer & has an embossed scalloped rim. This piece was made between 1931-1937. The name Crown Ducal originated in 1916. Collectors are drawn to many of the Crown Ducal patterns, some of the label's most famous & valuable motifs are the 1930s, Art Deco-inspired designs of Charlotte Rhead.