The Royal Worcester Porcelain Co. Ltd. (1862 to date)
57 mm (H)76 mm (W)
Place of origin
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Cragside, Northumberland (Accredited Museum)
To celebrate National Insect Week, we are taking a look at some of our “bugs” hidden in and amongst the collection here at Cragside. We have a new children’s trail starting from the 20th of June, come along and hunt for the less welcome guests inside Cragside House. If you would like to learn more about the events at Cragside for Bug Week, please see the events listings on the website.
Royal Worcester bone china cup and saucer, painted butterfly handle; cup restored by KR.
Armstrong collection. Transferred by the Treasury to The National Trust in 1977 via the National Land Fund, aided by 3rd Baron Armstrong of Bamburgh and Cragside (1919 - 1987).
Makers and roles
The Royal Worcester Porcelain Co. Ltd. (1862 to date), manufacturer