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This is a very nice saucer made for a tea cup made in England and is bone china. It comes from the flower of the month series of twelve, and this is # 7. It is hand painted with the scalloped edge trimmed in gold. The photo's are pretty true to the colors.
Backstamp information: Thomas C. Wild & Sons ( Royal Albert LTD.) Longton, Staffordshire, England . Current ( 1917-present) ( Various names now Royal Doulton tableware Ltd.)
Condition: There is a little wear to the gold, and not noticeable, and appears to have been used very little. There is a very light scratch in the center, and can only be seen on very close inspection. No cracks, chips, discoloration, or repairs.
If you have any questions please contact me, and I will try my best to answer them.
Measurements: 5 1/2 " across x 7/8" high.
Actual weight before packing is 4.6 oz. It will ship at 1 lb.
The shipping amount is only an estimate. Contact me with your zip code for a shipping quote.
I always use a new or good box plus plenty of bubble wrap, peanuts, and 2" packing tape. In my nearly 7 years of shipping I have not had a broken piece yet. But, Most of the handling depends on the postal carrier. I place fragile labels on the box to notify the carrier of the contents.
The insurance charge for this item is $ 1.70 and not included in the stated shipping quote.
If insurance is not added to this order I cannot be responsible for damaged or lost items. You will recieve delivery confirmation. I use USPS for shipping and will use Parcel post for this item. This will help to keep the shipping charges down. All international customers must contact me for a shipping quote.
After an item has been paid for it will be shipped within two business days. There is a small handing fee to help pay for the packing materials and fuel to go to the post office.
I have a hundred or so of china yet to list. Stay in touch to see my unique collection. Thank you for stopping by, and have a wonderful day.