It is Queen Anne design, Grimwades, Royal Wilton - the flowers look like they have been done in cross stitch.
Hope you have a lovely weekend.
PS - If you are interested in the story behind the pirate Captain William Kidd's treasure you can find out more on my other blog - The Greenockian. It was believed that Kidd was born in Greenock!
Good morning Liz,
I think your teacups are very pretty arranged in the dish. The dish reminds me of the Petit Point pattern made by Royal Albert. Love the cup with the rose buds and the one depicting the cottage is so sweet too. Thanks for sharing and have a lovely weekend.
I have a tea set in the pattern of the middle cup; do you have any idea of the pattern's name? They say Ridgways Pottery and Royal Vale, which I think is a brand name, but no pattern name. I just need a teapot to complete the set.
What a great way to display cups, its really does look good.
Charming cups and dish.
Aren't they lovely cups! I'd love some like that but I am not allowed to buy any more drinking receptacles!x
Hi Attila - the middle cup is a little cottage pattern by Royal Vale, but no actual pattern name or number is given on the cup.
They look so pretty, I love them! :)
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