Pcs- 5-5/8 in (diameter)- 5 oz (weight/ea). Pc- 4-1/4 in (diameter)- 4.5 oz (weight/ea). Pcs- 6 in (diameter)- 10 oz (weight/ea). Pcs- 3-1/4 in Height - 2 oz (weight/ea). The set has a white background and is decorated with colorful flowers in pink, blue, yellow and has green leaves and brown branches.
There are also gold accents on the rims. The set is in very good condition.
However, some pieces have some stains due to age. May observe the photos minutely. About Coalport Bone China Dinnerware.
The Indian Tree pattern is a highly recognizable and popular design that has been used on Coalport bone china dinnerware since the 19th century. The exact origins of the design are unclear, but it is believed to have been inspired by Indian botanical prints and motifs. The Indian Tree pattern typically features a central tree or flowering plant with various birds, butterflies, and other creatures surrounding it. The design is often depicted in shades of blue, green, and gold, and is typically set against a white background. The Indian Tree pattern became particularly popular in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, and was used on a wide range of Coalport bone china dinnerware, including plates, bowls, cups, saucers, and serving dishes.
Today, Indian Tree pattern Coalport bone china dinnerware is highly sought after by collectors and enthusiasts, and is considered a classic example of English bone china design. Coalport is a company that produced bone china dinnerware in England. The company was founded in 1750 in Coalport, Shropshire, England, by John Rose. Coalport became known for its high-quality bone china, which was highly sought after by the aristocracy and wealthy merchants of the time.Bone china is a type of porcelain that is made from a mixture of bone ash, feldspar, and kaolin clay. The bone ash gives the porcelain its strength and translucency, while the feldspar and kaolin clay provide the white color and smooth texture. Coalport's bone china dinnerware was highly decorative and featured intricate designs, often incorporating floral patterns and gold detailing. The company's popularity grew throughout the 18th and 19th centuries, and Coalport became a leading producer of bone china in England.
In 1967, Coalport merged with Wedgwood, another prominent English pottery company, to form the Wedgwood Group. Today, Coalport bone china dinnerware is highly collectible and sought after by antique collectors and enthusiasts. This item is in the category "Pottery & Glass\Decorative Cookware, Dinnerware & Serveware\Dinner Sets". The seller is "usfashionclothes" and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped worldwide.