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Antiques Thread: China Tea Sets

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    China Tea Sets

    Hi

    I have been collecting china tea sets over the past few years but I am now looking to sell or donate a few of them as I no longer have the space for them all, my problem being is that I'm not actually sure if they are worth much.

    I wondered if you had any advice regarding selling china tea sets?

    Many Thanks & Kind Regards
    Nicola



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    Quote Originally Posted by NRubertazzi View Post
    Hi

    I have been collecting china tea sets over the past few years but I am now looking to sell or donate a few of them as I no longer have the space for them all, my problem being is that I'm not actually sure if they are worth much.

    I wondered if you had any advice regarding selling china tea sets?

    Many Thanks & Kind Regards
    Nicola
    Hi, just post some photographs and some manufacturers names.

    and we will see what we can do for you.
    John Nolan

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    Hi John, thanks for your help.

    I'll put a picture of them up one by one with some details of manufacturer etc.

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    Manufacturer - Royal Albert

    1x tea cup (slight chip) + 1x saucer/side plate
     

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    Manufacturer - Diamond China

    11x tea cups
    11x saucers
    11x side plates
    1x large plate
    1x milk jug

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    Manufacturer - Royal Vale

    6x tea cups
    6x saucers
    1x large plate
    1x milk jug
      

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    Manufacturer - Royal Albert "Queen's Messenger"

    3x tea cups
    3x saucers
    3x side plates
    1x large plate
    1x milk jug
    1x sugar bowl
     

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    Manufacturer - Duchess "Byron"

    3x tea cups
    3x saucers
    3x side plates
    1x sugar bowl
    1x milk jug
     

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    Manufacturer - Royal Ascot

    6x tea cups
    6x saucers
    6x side plates
     

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    Manufacturer - Ainsley "Golden Grace"

    4x tea cups
    4x saucers
    4x side plates
    1x large plate
    1x sugar bowl
    1x milk jug
     

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    Manufacturer - Trisa

    7x tea cups
    7x saucers
    1x milk jug
    1x sugar bowl
     

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    Manufacturer - Elizabethan "Cottage Rose"

    6x tea cups
    6x saucers
    6x side plates
      

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    If the china tea cup/saucer/tea plate is chipped or cracked it is worth nothing.

    no great value in what I see in your pictures.

    Plain looking, lack of colour or just a gold band commercialy £1 an item

    Trio .......tea cup/saucer/tea plate £5 to £10 in antiqure fairs.

    11 is not a set.

    4, 6, or 8 is a set

    If no tea pot ........the price will reduce the set price by half


    Royal Albert "Queen's Messenger" on china search type internet sites will sell on average £10 an item.

    but in charity shops £1 to £3 each

    Duchess "Byron" is discontinued... but again some one who has broken a cup will pay £10

    good luck

    John

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    Quote Originally Posted by NRubertazzi View Post
    Hi

    I have been collecting china tea sets over the past few years but I am now looking to sell or donate a few of them as I no longer have the space for them all, my problem being is that I'm not actually sure if they are worth much.

    I wondered if you had any advice regarding selling china tea sets?

    Many Thanks & Kind Regards
    Nicola

    Hi Nicola do you still have these to sell?


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