Tea Cup and Saucer Gift Set [Air New Zealand]

Air New Zealand Limited, Commissioned by;  Royal Doulton, Manufacturer; 

Jun 2005
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Maker and Role
Air New Zealand Limited, Commissioned by
Royal Doulton, Manufacturer
Production Date
Jun 2005
Description
Tea Cup and Saucer Gift Set [Air New Zealand]. Commemorative gift given as farewell to first class, June 2005. Gift Set includes tea cup, saucer, box, letter and ribbon.
1.Teacup: White teacup with a teal band with gold border around the upper exterior of the cup. Maker’s mark in grey on base “MADE IN ENGLAND / ROYAL DOULTON / ENGLAND / BONE CHINA / AIR NEW ZEALAND / NZ052P / CUP”
2.Saucer: White Saucer with a teal band with gold border around the outer rim of the saucer. Maker’s mark in grey on base “MADE IN ENGLAND / ROYAL DOULTON / ENGLAND / BONE CHINA / AIR NEW ZEALAND / NZ053P / SAUCER”
3.Letter: Letter with black text printed on gold coloured paper. “FIRST CLASS / Farewell to First Class June 2005 / […] / Regards / Ginny / Virginia Bishop / Cabin Crew Manager – International / AIR NEW ZEALAND”
4.Ribbon: Navy blue ribbon from letter.
5.Box: Brown cardboard box, square with handle and opening at top.
Media/Materials
Processed Material/Ceramic
Processed Material/Paper/Cardboard
Processed Material/Paper
Processed Material/Textile/Silk
Signature/Marks and Type
MADE IN ENGLAND / ROYAL DOULTON / ENGLAND / BONE CHINA / AIR NEW ZEALAND / NZ052P / CUP Maker's Mark
MADE IN ENGLAND / ROYAL DOULTON / ENGLAND / BONE CHINA / AIR NEW ZEALAND / NZ053P / SAUCER Maker's Mark
FIRST CLASS / Farewell to First Class June 2005 / […] / Regards / Ginny / Virginia Bishop / Cabin Crew Manager – International / AIR NEW ZEALAND Printed
Accession No
2016.35.29
Credit Line
Air New Zealand Limited et al. Jun 2005. Tea Cup and Saucer Gift Set [Air New Zealand], 2016.35.29. The Museum of Transport and Technology (MOTAT).
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