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Mason's Ironstone Paynsley Patt

  • Overhead view of sugar bowl, creamer, dessert plate, cup and saucer, salad plate and dinner plate
  • Creamer - view 1
  • Creamer - view 2
  • Creamer - Maker's Mark
  • Sugar Bowl - view 1
  • Sugar Bowl - view with lid removed
  • Sugar Bowl - Maker's mark view
  • Cup and Saucer - view 1
  • Cup and Saucer - view 2
  • Cup and Saucer - view of Maker's mark
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  • Mason's Ironstone Dinner Plate
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  • Cracked cup - still water tight
  • Another view of cracked cup - still water tight
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Price:
$385.00
Shipping:
$100.00 (Fixed shipping cost)
Current Stock:
1
Quantity:



Product Description

Mason's Ironstone Paynsley Patt china service c. late 1940s/1950s. This beautiful, large 51-piece set is in good vintage condition. It features a center spray of flowers and a dot and egg trim then a larger repeating "bird track" border in pink. The crown maker's mark dates this set to the mid-to-late 1940s through the 1950s. Overall in lovely vintage condition with some crazing/staining on inside of cups. The only real condition issue we found was a crack on one cup. The crack has not been repaired, does not wiggle and is water tight. Please mouse over the photographs to see the condition details up close. You may also click on a photograph to enlarge it.

The set includes:

11 - Dinner plate 10" diameter

11- Salad plates 7.75" diameter

11 - Saucers 5.75" diameter

8 - Cups 2.25" tall x 3" diameter opening **One has a crack as described above**

7 - Bread plates 5.75" diameter

1 - Creamer pitcher 3.25" tall

1- Sugar bowl with lid 3" tall without lid 4.5" tall with lid

The fixed shipping applies to continental US customers only. This set may be shipped in separate packages. It will be shipped via USPS or UPS insured mail.

All other customers should contact us, prior to purchase, to obtain the appropriate shipping fee.

Tip for removing stains: Submerge your stained piece in a hydrogen peroxide bath. Make usre the item is fully submerged and remains in the peroxide bath for 2-3 days. When you remove the item, rinse and hand-wash as normal. Please do not try this with any other stain remover such as bleach as it will damage the glaze and the china.

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