Cup and saucer Arcopal France, with Rose de France patternSKU: RDF-4228-23
Cup and saucer Arcopal France, with Rose de France pattern
- Manufacturer: Arcopal - Arc International
- Date of manufacture: 1960 - 1970
This teacup that can also serve as a soup bowl is made of opal borosilicate glass. This cup and saucer has a Rose de France decor. It has a floral design of a red rose with green leaves on a white background.
This fully tempered glassware is known for its high strength and durability and, although very thin, Arcopal glass is five times stronger than porcelain.
This teacup / soup bowl is in a neat vintage condition without significant traces of use or age-related traces of wear. Photos are part of the description.
Cup / Bowl
- Height: 6.3 cm.
- Diameter: 10.5 cm.
- Diameter: 16 cm.
Arcopal is a brand of opal glass tableware introduced in the 1950s by the French company Arc International. The glassware is known for its durability and resistance to breakage and scratches, and it has become popular for its stylish designs and affordability.
The Rose de France pattern by Arcopal features a floral design of a red rose with green leaves on a white background and was very popular in the 60's and 70's. It can still be found occasionally in our webshop. For collectors and for people interested in vintage tableware.
Country of origin
Kind of object
Cup and saucer
Rose de France - crockery - kitchen - dining table
Red rose with stem and green leaf
Tableware - Arcopal France, Rose de France
White - red - green
Arcopal France - Arc International
Arcopal Rose de France
Five times stronger than porcelain
Opal borosilicate glass
1960 - 1970
Good vintage condition
6,30 cm (cup)
10,50 cm (cup) - 16,00 cm (saucer)
Parcel post with track & trace