Small sugar bowl in the Bird of Paradise pattern. Measures 2″ x 1½” tall. Marked on the bottom as souvenir. Excellent condition.
Lovely tea cup and saucer in the hand-painted “Bird-of-Paradise” pattern. From the 1920’s pattern as used on the Aquitania. Marked on the bottom as souvenir. Excellent condition with no chips, cracks, or crazing.
Foley bone-china side plate from the service of the Queen Mary and Elizabeth. Has some of the usual utensil marks. Measures about 6½” in diameter.
Classically shaped and in excellent condition with a tiny hairline on the underside of the top of the handle. Both pieces made by Foley and from the service of the Queens.
Unusual shallow plate made by Maddock. Excellent condition. Measures 8″ in diameter. Maddockware is a real crowd pleaser and a collecting favorite. Everyone wants something off the Queen Mary or Queen Elizabeth it seems.
A quantity of salad crescents from the service of Queen Mary and Queen Elizabeth. In mint condition and measuring about 8” x 4½”. A must have for any Cunard Queen’s collection.
Beautiful in its simplicity, this Cunard White Star demi-tasse cup and saucer by Mintons is a rare find. Unusual to see Cunard or Cunard White Star china with no pattern. Mint condition.
Cube-set rose-pattern creamer. Made by Copelands for Cunard White Star. Bone china and in excellent condition with no chips, cracks, or crazing. Measures about 2” across by x 2¾” tall.
Individual sugar bowl made of bone china by Coplands for Cunard White Star. In excellent condition with no chips, cracks, or crazing. Measures about 1½” tall x 2” across.
Kosher silver creamer marked “milk.” Made by Elkington for Cunard White Star and dated 1948. This came to us by way of One 5th Ave, the restaurant that famously used fittings from the RMS Caronia.
Mint condition lobster pick in the acanthus leaf pattern introduced on RMS Aquitania of 1914. Made by Embassy Plate and in mint condition. Measures about 9″ long. 3 Available.
Pair of salt and pepper shakers. Both marked “Cunard” on the side. A side marking, rather than a bottom mark, is unusual. They stand about 3.25″ tall.
Acanthus-leaf sugar shaker from the pattern introduced on the Aquitania. This by Elkington silver and dated 1914, the year of her maiden voayge. In very good condition. Measures about 6″ tall.
Beautiful Cunard White Star sugar shaker made by Elkington and dated to 1939, no doubt produced for the service of the Queen Elizabeth or Mauretania. Stands about 6.5″ tall. Lovely condition.
Rarely seen Cunard White Star table crumber in the Pinewood pattern as used on the Queen Mary, Queen Elizabeth, Caronia, and on other ships of the Cunard fleet. Made by Romney.