Graphic Blue Teacup & Saucer

$170
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Fine English bone china with a crosshatch design and platinum finish

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The Design

The Graphic Blue dinnerware collection features a modernistic broken crosshatch design inspired by Asprey's house motif, with a hand-finished platinum edge.

The collection is exclusive to Asprey and was designed in house and produced by one of the few remaining high quality producers in Stoke on Trent, England, an area historically famed for its ceramics industry. It is designed either to be used on its own as a dinnerware set in classic style, or else to be mixed with our other collections.



Product Care
Fine English bone china, please handle with care. Use the plate protectors provided. Excessive turning of lidded items and rough stacking of items may cause damage.
Hand wash only with mild detergent and dry with a soft cloth. Do not use abrasives. Not dishwasher or microwave safe.
Features
  • Design exclusively made for Asprey in the world renowned potteries district in Stoke-on-Trent, England.
  • Fine English bone china with metallic blue and platinum design.
  • Can be matched with the Saturn collection and 167 Swirl collection.
Specification
  • Collection : Graphic Blue
  • Material : Fine English Bone China
  • Diameter : Cup: 8cm / 3.25"
    Saucer: 14.5cm / 5.75"
  • SKU : 1053170
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