Tea Saucer for Standard Teacup.
Set a sumptuous table with a historical pattern whose unique story will enchant and intrigue dinner guests. In 1811, England's Prince Regent ordered the creation of a dinnerware set to match his exceptionally opulent lifestyle. Each piece was to display a different design and no detail or luxury was to be spared. Today's modern version by Royal Worcester beautifully recalls those regal requirements with translucent white bone china banded by elegant floral-patterned borders in cobalt, burgundy, and gleaming 22-carat gold.
Complementing designs on accent pieces introduce the highly decorative Japanese Imari style with stylized blossoms, leaves, and vines and a broad color palette including both deep jewel tones and soft pastel hues. Executed on the Garrick shape, this extensive line of dinnerware, serveware, and accessories offers slightly rounded bodies with graceful tapering, clean edges, and delicately curved handles for a classically refined look. Because of the gold trim, Prince Regent china is not microwave-safe, and hand washing is recommended to preserve its beautiful luster.
Royal Worcester Prince Regent was produced from 1994 to 2009. The gold trim on this pattern means it is not safe for use in the microwave.