SOLD! – 1940s Rare “Gardenia” Rose on Black Paragon Tea Cup double warrant mark gold trim A306 – England

$130.74

Price includes shipping and insurance within the US.

What: This is a rare Paragon tea cup known informally as “Gardenia” from a series done in the 1940s. White flowers and foliage on a black background. This is a wide mouth tea cup with a fluted rim on the cup and the saucer. Sought by collectors, this would make a beautiful display piece in any decor. These regularly sell online in the $150 – $160 range.

Where: Made in England.

When: Double warrant mark was used 1939 – 1949. Royal Warrant marks (which are a mark of recognition to individuals or companies who have supplied goods or services to the Royal family for at least five years) indicate excellence and quality. They are highly prized by manufacturers.

Size: Saucer – 5.5″ w, Teacup is 4″w x 2.25″h (cup only) .

Condition: Excellent used condition. There is some wear on the saucer where the cup base would sit (see photos) and I have discounted the price in consideration of this. There is some minor wear on the gold trim on the handle.

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