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Vintage

Green Herringbone Cups & Saucers, S/5

Cracked Vessel Vintage

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Green Herringbone Cups & Saucers, S/5
Green Herringbone Cups & Saucers, S/5
Green Herringbone Cups & Saucers, S/5
Green Herringbone Cups & Saucers, S/5
Green Herringbone Cups & Saucers, S/5
Green Herringbone Cups & Saucers, S/5
Green Herringbone Cups & Saucers, S/5

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Product Information

Era:
Vintage; 1960s
Condition:
Very Good; minor wear
Country of Origin:
England
Materials:
stoneware
Size:
7.5" W x 2.5" H
Color/Finish:
green/white

Why We Love This

Denby made this line, called "Camelot," from 1962 to '77. The dark olive color is adorned with herringbone in relief and contrasts with the white interior. The design is simple yet unusual, with square handles on the cups and a raised center on the relatively flat saucer that creates a fit between cup and saucer.
As described by Cracked Vessel Vintage

About Cracked Vessel Vintage

Mary Feuer, founder of Cracked Vessel Vintage, left her career as a screenwriter and producer to join the ranks of the pickers. Nowadays she turns her eccentric eye on swaps, thrift stores, estate and yard sales, finding grace in things others pass by. “Old objects remind us there’s beauty in imperfection,” she says. Hence the shop’s name, inspired by a line in a Leonard Cohen song: “There is a crack in everything; that’s how the light gets in.”