Rosina Fine Bone China Tea Set

I inherited a Rosina fine bone China tea set from my grandmother and am trying to determine the approximate age and value of this set? I believe the set was purchased in Scotland.

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1 month ago #2
Marra M
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Hi there 😊

The backstamps was used from circa 1952+ by Rosina China Co Ltd. This pottery manufactures bone china at Queens Pottery Longton.

As for the pattern name here is a link where you can start to browse. These are replacements which means they are not as old as your dishes.

https://www.replacements.com/china/ria.htm

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1 month ago #3
Heather
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Thank you. Unfortunately I was unable to locate this pattern on their website either.

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1 month ago #4
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You are welcome Heather 😊

Oh that's sad to hear. If in case its not there, its not a popular pattern. I have browse other sites to look for this specific pattern but failed to find it.

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1 month ago #5
Heather
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Thank you for your help. I have always thought my grandmother purchased it sometime during the 1940s/50s.

I will continue with my search, but I suspect you’re correct and it wasn’t a popular pattern at the time.

Thanks.

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1 month ago #6
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You are welcome Heather 😊

Do share this site with family and friends. Looking forward on seeing future posts from you.

God Bless!

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