Paragon Princess Margaret Rose Tea Pot Set


This Paragon teapot set is wonderful example of gold trimmed fine bone china that evokes memories of traditional style and elegance. Created to commemorate the birth of the Princess Margaret Rose in 1930, this three piece set has a lovely hint of pale lemon color on the exterior of the pieces and features a pair of budgerigars seated on a flowering branch with roses and daisies in full bloom, making this item a truly sweet piece to own. A very rare piece that is sure to catch the interest of any fine china collector; enjoy the sweet sight of this sunny item in your hands and the lovely cheer it will bring to every mourning cup of tea.

This tea pot holds up to four (4) cups of the beverage of your choice making for a delightful touch of elegant detail during a picnic or as a centerpiece filled with lush succulents.

Item Details:
- 5.5" (14cm, 140mm) height, measured from the bottom to the top of the lid
- 9" (23ml, 230mm) long, measured across the top from spout to handle
- 4.75" (12cm, 120mm) wide
- makers mark present on the bottom of the piece

- holds approximately 1 L (1000 ml) of liquid

Sugar Bowl:
- 3.75" (9.5cm, 95mm) Wide
- 2.25" 6cm, 60mm) Tall
- makers mark present on the bottom of the piece

- 3.75" (9.5cm, 95mm) wide, measured from outer edge of handle to tip of spout
- 3" (7.5cm, 75mm) diameter base, measured side to side
- holds approximately 1 cup (250ml) of liquid
- makers mark present on the bottom of the piece

- all three pieces have a pale lemon color exterior, and white interior
- all three pieces have evidence of very, very minimal wear commensurate with age
- this listing is for a three piece set


Prices are listed in Canadian dollars.

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