English porcelain was a mix of several types of porcelain, and with the diversity of potteries and porcelain makers in Staffordshire it is no wonder that recognized Staffordshire pieces can be any one of many varieties.
In August 2012, a varied collection of good Staffordshire antique porcelain exceeded all expectations when it was sold at a Devon auction house.
Crown Staffordshire demitasse cup & saucer set in the Rock Bird pattern, dating to the 1970s.
The shape of the saucer fits very neatly and can be held comfortable by one hand.
They'd make a lovely gift for an anniversary or a treat for yourself – perfect for morning coffee with friends or to end a dinner party.
This set is gilt edged with a bright floral and blue pattern on warm-white – think elegant country cottage.
Both cups and saucers are backstamped on the base ' Fine Bone China, CROWN, Staffordshire, England'.
Part of a set of six, the cups and saucers are generally in very good vintage condition (see notes below.