- Museum number
Cup and saucer; opaque-white glass with enamelled decoration; cup(no handle) or tea-bowl painted with delicate pattern of swags, festoons and chequer-patterned cartouches; foot-rim on both sides ornamented with pattern of dots; underside of base with circle of dots, cinquefoil flower in centre covering pontil-mark; saucer with central roundel painted with Cupid and Psyche and two putti; initials; roundel framed by chequer-patterned cartouche incorporating cornucopia on either side and garland of flowers, hanging from basket of flowers; enamelled mark on base of saucer.
- Production date
Diameter: 12 centimetres (saucer)
Height: 5.60 centimetres (cup)
- Curator's comments
- The teabowl and saucer was intended to resemble contemporary porcelain examples.
- Not on display
- Acquisition date
- Britain, Europe and Prehistory
- Registration number