Royal Tuscan Duo


Wedgwood produced this cup and saucer under the trade name Royal Tuscan. It was made to commemorate the life of the Wedgwood engraver Thomas Bewick, a late eighteenth century woodcarver. The cup and saucer depict one of his engravings, Children with boats Newcastle upon Tyne, in a black print on white china and is finished with gold to the cup and saucer.

The rare commemorative coffee set consists of ……

Tea / Coffee Cup – 7.5 cm diameter x 6.6 cm tall

Saucer – 13 cm

Lovely condition, little use if any.

1 in stock

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The Plant Brothers started their pottery at the Tuscan works, Staffordshire, England in 1898. They continued as a family business making high class china tablewares, supplying many of London’s top department stores. In 1966 the Wedgwood group acquired the pottery and the trade name Tuscan China, introduced in 1902, became Royal Tuscan.

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