Pale Blue Felicity

Tea Plate, Burleigh Pale Blue Felicity
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7½"  19cm
$ 17.69
 
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Breakfast / Starter Plate, Burleigh Pale Blue Felicity
8½"  21.5cm
$ 19.76
 
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Dinner Plate, Burleigh Pale Blue Felicity
10½"  26.5cm
$ 22.20
 
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Cereal Bowl, Burleigh Pale Blue Felicity
6¼"  16cm
$ 17.32
 
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Soup / Dessert Bowl, Burleigh Pale Blue Felicity
8"  20cm
$ 19.76
 
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Pasta Dish, Burleigh Pale Blue Felicity
9"  23cm
$ 22.20
 
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Mug, Burleigh Pale Blue Felicity
 ½ pint,  285ml
$ 25.50
 
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Sandringham Mug, Burleigh Pale Blue Felicity

½ pint,  285ml

$ 27.45
 
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Large Teapot, Burleigh Pale Blue Felicity
32 fl.oz.  900ml, 4¾"  12 cm tall
$ 96.38
 
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Small Sugar / Dips Bowl, Burleigh Pale Blue Felicity
4"  9.5cm
$ 24.40
 
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Large Sugar / Dips Bowl, Burleigh Pale Blue Felicity
5"  12cm
$ 28.06
 
incl. 19% tax excl. delivery
Jam/Sugar Pot, Burleigh Pale Blue Felicity

½ lb  250g

$ 34.77
 
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Butter Dish, Burleigh Pale Blue Felicity
1lb  450g
$ 58.56
 
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Burleigh Pale Blue Felicity

Felicity is a pattern that originates from the 1930s. The small, delicate flowers are reminiscent of elder flowers. The various patterns produced by Burleigh work beautifully mixed or make a stunning single-pattern service.

Produced at the Burleigh pottery in Burslem, Stoke-on-Trent, in the heart of the Staffordshire potteries, where ceramic tableware has been produced for centuries, and by Burleigh since 1851.

Dishwasher and microwave proof, with a wonderful, hand applied transfer print.

Please note that due to the hand crafted nature of the transfer pattern, slight variations between pieces may occur. Also, a pattern join may be visible on some pieces; these aspects of Burleigh ware are a result of hand application of the patterns, a skillful process used since the 1750s now used uniquely by Burleigh, and is not a fault.