Spode 'Billingsley Rose' Teacups and Dessert Plates - 21 Piece Set

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This is a set of vintage Spode 'Billingsley Rose' earthenware teacups and dessert plates with a raised eyelet lace pattern around the edges, scalloped rims, and sweet pink roses. Just about as cute as it gets.

The pieces are marked with the older pink style of Spode backstamp.

Please note, one plate has a chip to the underside.


  • 7 teacups and 7 saucers
  • 6 dessert plates (please note, one has a chip to the underside)
  • 1 creamer


Teacups: 2-3/8" High x 3-3/4" Diameter
Saucers: 6" Diameter
Dessert plates: 7-7/8" Diameter


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