Midwinter Zambesi Zebra Striped 1950s Tea Set For Two On Red Atomic Stand

Midwinter Zambesi Zebra Striped 1950s Tea Set For Two On Red Atomic Stand

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Midwinter Pottery Zambesi Zebra Striped 1950s Tea Set For Two On Red Atomic Stand

Designed by Jessie Tait in 1956, Midwinter's Zambesi pattern on the elegant Fashion Shape is mid-century monochrome at its absolute best!
Black on white handpainted tribal zebra pattern with flashes of scarlet to handles. So striking, so 50s!

Set comprises:
Zambesi large teapot, measuring 16.7cm tall to top of handle, capacity 1.75 pints
2 x rarer wider style teacups, 9.5cm rim diameter, 5.7cm tall
2 x tea saucers, 14.7cm across
2 x cake plates, 15.5cm across
Metal wire stand coated in red plastic, with white atomic bobble feet and white plastic wrapped handle

In excellent vintage condition with no damage.

I am a highly experienced packer and shipper of ceramics and glass, and am always happy to ship worldwide and combine shipping costs for multiple purchases.

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