Vintage Ridgways ROYAL IMPERIAL TEACUP + SAUCER Set ~ Pink Leaf Wildflower
Vintage Ridgways ROYAL IMPERIAL TEACUP + SAUCER Set ~ Pink Leaf Wildflower
Vintage Ridgways ROYAL IMPERIAL TEACUP + SAUCER Set ~ Pink Leaf Wildflower
Vintage Ridgways ROYAL IMPERIAL TEACUP + SAUCER Set ~ Pink Leaf Wildflower
Vintage Ridgways ROYAL IMPERIAL TEACUP + SAUCER Set ~ Pink Leaf Wildflower
Vintage Ridgways ROYAL IMPERIAL TEACUP + SAUCER Set ~ Pink Leaf Wildflower
Vintage Ridgways ROYAL IMPERIAL TEACUP + SAUCER Set ~ Pink Leaf Wildflower
Vintage Ridgways ROYAL IMPERIAL TEACUP + SAUCER Set ~ Pink Leaf Wildflower
Vintage Ridgways ROYAL IMPERIAL TEACUP + SAUCER Set ~ Pink Leaf Wildflower
Vintage Ridgways ROYAL IMPERIAL TEACUP + SAUCER Set ~ Pink Leaf Wildflower
Vintage Ridgways ROYAL IMPERIAL TEACUP + SAUCER Set ~ Pink Leaf Wildflower
Vintage Ridgways ROYAL IMPERIAL TEACUP + SAUCER Set ~ Pink Leaf Wildflower

Vintage Ridgways ROYAL IMPERIAL TEACUP + SAUCER Set ~ Pink Leaf Wildflower

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Vintage Ridgways ROYAL IMPERIAL TEACUP + SAUCER Set 

White Wildflowers with Pink Leaves Pattern with Gold Trim, Slighty Scalloped ~ English Staffordshire Bone China

  • Mark:  Crown || Finest Bone China || Royal Imperial || Made in England 
  • Measurements (WxHxD): 
    • Cup - 4.25 x 3 x 3.25 inches 
    • Saucer - 5.625 x 1 inches 
  • Condition: See photos and use zoom to fully evaluate condition. Light wear. No crazing, chips, cracks or breaks. 

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Royal Vale, Royal Imperial, Colcloch etc were all made by Ridgways Potteries in the 1950s Staffordshire, England. The Ridgway family was one of the important dynasties manufacturing Staffordshire pottery, with a large number of family members and business names, over a period from the 1790s to the late 20th century. In their heyday in the mid-19th century there were several different potteries run by different branches of the family producing bone china in a great profusion of patterns. Ridgway Pottery later merged with the Booths & Colclough China Company during the 1940s, and later became a part of Royal Doulton in 1972.