Art Deco “Tango” Plate


Fabulous art deco bone china tea set made circa 1930 at the Royal Doulton factory in Lambeth, London. This elegant set with conical cup and saucer is typical of the era. The cutting edge design on a cream ground is also heavily gilded for that extra touch of luxury.

Base mark for the Royal Doulton factory – Pattern Tango #1481

Tea Plate – 18 cm

Good vintage condition, no damage, tiny amount of gilding rub.

2 in stock


Royal Doulton (since 1815) created some of the highest quality tableware in the world. Originally in London, the company moved to Stoke on Trent in the latter half of the 19th Century to make Fine china where it gained a Royal Warrant in 1902. 

Pottery Histories – Royal Doulton

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