Beautiful periwinkle set of Colclough Bone China. It is in excellent vintage condition, from the 1950's and the gilding is shiny and looks new. The saucer is 5.5" in diameter and the cup is 2.75" tall and the top of the cup rim is 3.5" across. It was made in England and a product of Ridgeway Potteries.
Colclough was founded in 1890 by Herbert Colclough in England. He was the first to make bone china affordable and for the masses in the 1930's. They merged with Ridgeway in the early 50's and then merged with Royal Dalton in the early 70's. All Colclough lines were discontinued in 1996.
Do not put any china with gilding in the dishwasher. The hot water may melt the gold. Wash by hand.
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