Iris & Butterfly Cup and Saucer
2 in stock
Make your tea ceremony feel extra special using this dainty floral teacup and saucer set, crafted from fine bone china.
Being a part of the Pearl Botanical collection this design continues on the theme of nature, space and movement. The design is inspired by the childhood memories of summers spent in the grandma’s orangerie. Sasha plays with her favourite motives, thoughtfully wrapping the saucer with the delicate print of an Iris flower and a reoccurring motif of a floating pearl. The wandering butterfly on the cup is the complementing touch to complete the story. A scene that caught Sasha’s imagination as a child so many times now is being captured on the object as a sweet memory.
Crafted from high-quality bone china, this cup and saucer set is lightweight yet durable, perfect for everyday use or special occasions. Fine bone china is known for its translucency, giving the set a luminous quality that is captivating. The set is finished with a rim of shimmering 22k gold that adds a touch of opulence and sophistication.
Iris & Butterfly set can be mixed with Fern & Butterfly series to create a stunning piece of tableware. Don’t forget scones and jam!
FINE BONE CHINA
Produced in Stoke-on-Trent, England
Cup Height 62mm, Saucer Diameter 160mm
Due to the gold rim featured on this piece, it is not suitable for microwave use.
To preserve the gold detail we recommend washing the cup & saucer by hand.
Scouring pads or abrasive washing agents must not be used.
- Free UK delivery on orders over £100
- Free EU delivery on orders over €250
We dispatch all orders Monday to Friday. The standard delivery charge in the UK is £4.00.
For UK delivery please allow 1-3 days for your order to arrive. For Rest of World deliveries, please allow 3-11 working days.
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For our EU customers, you may be charged handling fees from the courier, however, you will not be charged duties due to the fact that we make all of our creations in England.