Yates True Trio


This is a beautiful true trio consisting of a teacup, a coffee cup and a saucer, made by Yates in about 1825, which is known as the Regency period.

Now highly collectable this beautiful set is a fine example of it’s decadent era. Hand potted from early white porcelain and made in a fluted shape with Old English handles. Each piece has been hand painted with floral sprays in bright enamels with a wide cobalt blue band and garlands of gilded vines.

Cups and saucers were sold as trios consisting of a teacup, a coffee cup and a saucer in the early 19th Century as you would never drink tea and coffee from the same cup so why invest in an extra saucer.

Tea cup – 5.5 cm x 9.5 cm

Coffee cup – 6 cm x 8 cm diameter

Saucer – 14.7 cm diameter

Fabulous quality and condition, 200 years old.

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The Yates factory was operative between 1784 and 1836 and was mostly based in Shelton, Staffordshire. It worked alongside other more famous potters such as Minton, Spode, Coalport and Ridgway, and produced both earthenwares and porcelain.



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