A set of three pink luster English porcelain tea saucers. The steeply angled sides are decorated with underglaze pink luster decoration as well as green and iron red flowers. In the first part of the 19th century, hot tea was poured from the cup into the saucer to cool before being drunk directly from the saucer. The bottoms are marked with decorators’ numbers.
Origin: England, ca. 1830. Condition: very good, normal wear to pink luster decoration; no chips or cracks. Size: 5-1/2” diameter; 1-1/4” high.