Value of China Cup and Saucer?

A china cup and saucer.Can anyone tell me if these are valuable? I think they're post WW1


The manufacturer's marking on the bottom of the china cup.

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This is the closest match of gold pattern I have come across to your cup and saucer. This is pattern was used by the Royal Staffordshire maker in England. Usually, their name would be on the china too where yours states Made in England. Perhaps it is an agreed and shared thing done, I really don't know.

The more gold used, the higher the price is on a piece of china as is the quality taken into consideration. This piece is dated 1950s if that can give you any idea of mfg. of gold pattern used.


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I do not recognize the brand marking.
You can try asking for help with an ID first, and then you may be able to find similar pieces for sale/sold that will help you place a price on your set.


Here are two sites that may be able to help.


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