- Place of origin:
- Credit Line:
Given by Mrs Mary Clemow
- Museum number:
B.271:1 to 11-2012
- Gallery location:
This teaset was designed to be a child's plaything, either for pretend tea parties, or to have a tea party for dolls. The tea set was produced in the 1930s, at a time when ceramic tea sets were a popular choice.
Cream teaset in a dark red cardboard box. Label saying 'Child's teaset' is on the top of the lid.
Place of Origin
width: 14.4 cm Boxed set, Length: 32.3 cm boxed set, Depth: 7.6 cm boxed set
Object history note
Given by Mrs Mary Clemow.
Boxed ceramic toy teaset probabaly made in England in the 1930s
Children & Childhood; Dolls & Toys
Museum of Childhood