This is a bit of a rare survivor and a strange piece of mid-century 1950s design by Meakin.
This is a complete breakfast set or tea for two set in the very hard to find polka dot pattern - which was designed by Franck Trigger in 1957.
It is a dark aqua green colour with large white polka dots - and is marked to the base as photographed with the Studio Ware Palette stamp.
The set consists of small teapot, milk and sugar bowl, two tea cups and saucers - and one shared side plate for little French fancies or similar tasty nibbles.
These stylish Meakin Studio pieces from the 1950s are now hard to find - and this little complete breakfast set for two is totally delightful.
It is in excellent vintage condition with no chips or cracks.
Dimensions: Teapot – from handle to spout is 8 ½ inches. Overall height is 4 inches.
The side plate is 6 ¾ inches.
The saucers have a diameter of 5 ¾ inches.
The Cups are 2 1/8 inches in height and with a diameter of 3 ¾ inches.
The sugar bowl is 2 ¼ inches in height and 3 ½ inches in diameter.
The milk jug is 5 ¾ inches from handle to spout.
The height is 2 ½ inches.
The weight unpacked is 1.5 kg.
My asking price reflects the rarity of this set - you certainly won't find very easily.