Chelsea Porcelain Soup Plate
The design of this exclusive range of English fine bone china is closely derived from the large collection of botanical Chelsea porcelain acquired by Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother. Most of the pieces, which date from c.1750, can be seen in the cabinets of the Morning Room in Clarence House. Set up in Chelsea in 1746 by the silversmith Nicholas Spirmont, Chelsea Porcelain was the first English porcelain factory.
Made entirely by hand by our skilled artisans in Stoke-on-Trent using traditional methods unchanged for over 250 years, using English fine bone china, highly regarded around the world for its whiteness, fineness and delicacy.
Suitable for use in a dishwasher.
5 x 22.5 x 22.5 cm.
Bowl holds 300 ml.
Items must be returned with the sales invoice within 28 days of the purchase date. Due to hygiene reasons, pierced earrings and face coverings cannot be returned unless they are faulty.
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