Brown-Westhead and Moore Saucer, C.1880 and Gold Reflect Teacup
Produced by Brown-Westhead and Moore in around 1880, this unique fluid design of gold and platinum fish was a highly fashionable pattern in this period. A continuation of Ridgway, Brown-Westhead and Moore developed the style of one of the great Staffordshire potters to embrace the “Aesthetic” movement. This saucer is a beautiful example of the stylised images of animals, plants and flowers that the factory was known for. The fish that swim around the well of this saucer are particularly special as they have been applied in two different shades of gilding, creating an immensely sophisticated and fashionable effect from this period..
Antique British porcelain is never perfect. During the 1800s, kilns were fired on coal resulting in some firing specks, whilst makers were known for their experimentation which sometimes resulted in technically imperfect results. As a result, each saucer is truly unique and a small piece of history that has survived centuries to find its new home with you. Our pricing reflects the condition and rarity of each piece, and we ask that you embrace the small imperfections that reflect the rich past of British porcelain. This piece has a small amount of noticeable wear and imperfections due to its age, and is a more common piece to have survived.
Each teacup and saucer set comes with a handwritten gift card detailing the history of the antique saucer.
The Reflect collection started with our teacup, which brings life back to antique saucers missing their other halves by using platinum and gold gilding to create highly reflective cups. The mirrored cups reflect the patterned saucers, giving them a new lease of life and a place in contemporary homes.
Each cup is skilfully decorated and then paired with a saucer, all of which have been meticulously sourced from antique dealers across Britain. Reflect has now grown to include matching teapots, milk jugs, sugar bowls and coffee cups, to complete the collection.
H9cm, ø8.5cm / H3.5", ø3.3"
The production of pottery in Stoke-on-Trent dates back to at least the 17th century, and still today every piece of our bone china is made to the absolute highest quality by master craftspeople in Stoke-on-Trent.
The knowledge and experience passed down through generations of potters have contributed to the expert processes used in the creation of all of our bone china collections. By working in Stoke-on-Trent, we support this heritage British industry and work to preserve and refine the masterful craft techniques and processes that make it the best in the world.
Our Reflect collection perfectly marries the celebration of this masterful craft’s rich heritage with the hope of its continued perseverance and survival.
The antique saucers in our Reflect collection, by their nature, are extremely delicate. We would ask that you wash the pieces by hand only as they are not classed as dishwasher safe.
We recommend using warm water only, as cold or hot water can cause bone china to crack, and a mild detergent to hand wash the pieces. Scouring pads or abrasive washing agents must not be used.
Our Reflect teacups can be cleaned in a dishwasher - at a maximum temperature of 60°C.
Do not use teacup or saucer in the Microwave.
Delivery & Returns
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Free UK deliveries for orders over £100.
We aim to dispatch your order within 24 hours of order confirmation (excluding weekends and bank holidays).
The standard delivery times once the order has been dispatched are:
UK: 2-3 working days
US & Canada: 5-8 working days
ROW: from 5 working days
Returns within 14 days of delivery
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Every piece of our bone china and crystal has passed through several pairs of hands before it arrives at your table. That's what we mean when we say handmade.