Piccadilly Tea Cup & Saucer


Item No. 346742
$ 24.00

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Our Piccadilly Tea Cup & Saucer has been discontinued, you may like our English Rose Tea Cup and Saucer instead.

Next stop, London! Reminiscent of the iconic retro Underground station, our fine china Piccadilly Cup and Saucer is an afternoon tea essential.

Microwave SafeDishwasher Safe




  • Full Description

    We’ve brought quite the teacup collection to our beautiful Tea Discoveries range with dainty fine bone china cups and saucers to complement the delightful Tea Discoveries blends. Inspired by vintage patterns with a nod to afternoon tea’s celebrated heritage, this is a pairing to be treasured.

    • Includes: Cup and saucer in box

    • Capacity: 100ml

    • Ideal for using with: Chelsea Glass Teapot with InfuserTea Discoveries Double Chocolate Chip All Butter Biscuits and Piccadilly Blend Caddy

    • Recommended for serving: Tea

    • Discover the rest of the Tea Discoveries Collection here

  • Product Specifications
    Code: 346742

    Height: 6cm

    Width (Cup) :10.5cm

    Width (Saucer): 14.6cm

    Depth: 4.5cm

    Capacity: 100ml

    Weight: 215g

    Care Instructions:
    Dishwasher and microwave safe.

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  • Reviews

Tea Discoveries

Walter Whittard created his first tea gifts for Edward VII's coronation in 1902. Over a century later, we're still crafting extraordinary gifts to express those feelings that can't be put into words – and our Tea Discoveries range is the perfect example. It stars our most treasured blends, each with its own vintage-style pattern; and we've developed the range with chocolate, infuser sets, and even a selection of tea-infused shortbread.