**Please note that these are not microwave safe due to the gold trim. **
A partial fine stone tea set from Copeland Spode in the red "Trade Winds" pattern. The impartial set includes two tea cups with saucers (featuring the Brig Cygnet of Salem built in 1822), an open sugar bowl (Felicity Revenue Cutter 1815) and a cream pitcher (West India, Felicity Built in 1820). The overall condition of the pieces is good, but there is some very light loss to the gold trim around the tea cups and saucers. I would date these cups to the 1960s (but I am not an expert!).