Sailsbury Bone China Tea Set

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Sailsbury Bone China Tea Set

This gold rimmed tea set belonged to a family who emigrated from the UK to Australia in the 1920s who took this tea set with them. This object is going back to its home in Australia as although it was made in Stoke-on-Trent it belongs to the history of immigration to Australia.

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