This is a new edition of teacups and saucers but it draws on 400 years of ceramics’ expertise in this country. Around 1800 Josiah Spode started working with a new material which would turn out to beat even the fine Chinese porcelain which British potters had spent centuries envying.
The new bone china would be beautiful to look at while feeling delicate to the touch. At the same time it was stronger than anything which had gone before. You can enjoy the pleasure of drinking from Bone China any time and all the time.
Our tea cups and saucers are considerably larger than the tiny ones of years gone by. But despite the fact they hold as much as a mug (and you can get your finger through the handle) they retain the luminous qualities of the best Bone China.