Zebra Cup and Saucer

£35.00

10 in stock

Elevate your coffee break or indulge in a delightful tea ceremony with loved ones, courtesy of our exquisite Zebra cup and saucer set.

Crafted to enhance your dining experience, the Zebra set boasts a black and white motif adorned with elegant golden accents. The set features a hand-drawn zebra amidst striking graphic patterns and delicate floral embellishments, set against a pristine white canvas, creating a visually striking ensemble that complements any dessert table.

Part of our Pearl Botanical collection, curated by Sasha, this set draws inspiration from exotic wildlife and flora, inviting you to embark on a journey of imagination to distant lands. The Zebra cup and saucer set serves as a charming companion, igniting the spirit of adventure within.

Designed for versatility, these pieces blend with other teacup and saucer sets within the range, allowing you to infuse your dining table with the signature elegance of Fine & Curious.

Each mug undergoes a meticulous process, with pencil drawings screen printed and applied by hand before being fired in the kiln to ensure lasting quality. The 22k gold rim detailing adds a touch of opulence to the set.

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.

For more delivery information, please see our Delivery & Returns page.

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.