Crown Devon X543 Teapot Stand Sugar Creamer Royal Devon Blush Tea Set S F Co. Made by one of the more prominent Staffordshire makers of the day, S. Many different lines were made by the company, but the Royals are quite popular. Especially pattern X543; and preceded the Crown line.
This lovely tea set shows a few beautiful examples of the Vellum Range for which Crown Devon is famous. Large and elegant, Royal Crown Devon produced by S. Teapot, Stand, Creamer and Covered Sugar Bowl in the X543 pattern, circa 1902.
Vellum range Blush ware with dark pink and white wild roses and blue forget-me-not. Flowers on a cream (with a slight green cast)ground deepening to amber at the rims and. The stand and tea pot have no issues, save for a scratch inside the pot as noted in photo. The creamer and sugar bowl have some nicks. All noted in the photos.
The four pieces have crazing. Teapot and stand not marked.
The Creamer and Sugar are. Gold is for the most part intact with some rubbing on the high spots. Approximate Measurements: Teapot: 6 inches high.
7-3/4 inches at longest point. 6-1/4 inches at widest point. And all weigh approximately 3 pounds without packing materials. I'm so glad you stopped by. Please examine the photos as they are considered to be part of the description.Pictures can tell most of the story, but not the whole story, so please may I suggest reading the description to complete your full knowledge of what you are purchasing. Please Note: There are many variations in porcelain and patterns. This item may not necessarily be an exact match to items that you already own. Because antiques need special packing, and unpacking, instructions are always given for unpacking. All items are thoroughly cleaned and inspected for any flaws.
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