These are attractive antique Scottish pottery items. A little trio set - consisting of a cup, saucer, and side plate. They are Scottish Art Pottery items - similar to those made at the Bough and Mak'Merry potteries. These have not been signed with marks for either company but simply with the initials of a lady painter on the base, as photographed.
They each have a matching pattern with daisy-type flowers and tall blue lupins - all shown in a summer garden.
They date to around the 1920s / 1930s and are hand-painted.
They are painted on pottery "blanks" - and are signed on the base.
The china blanks were probably made and supplied by Maling and Sons, Newcastle-on-Tyne.
Dimensions: The cup is 2 3/4 inches in height with a diameter at the rim of 3 inches. The saucer has a diameter of 5 3/4 inches and the side plate is 7 inches.
CONDITION: They are all in fine condition and display well. Sadly the cup has a wee hairline crack issuing from the rim - which I have photographed for your inspection. I have an extra saucer in this pattern - so am including that in this wee set. The price for the set (total 4 pieces as photographed) takes into account the condition of the teacup.
These are such decorative hand-decorated ceramics - and they are listed at a fair price for these vintage Scottish Art Pottery pieces.
UK Postage with Royal Mail Recorded will be £4.95 and applied at the checkout.