1st Class Cup and Saucer

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Cobalt Blue/Gold Cup and Saucer - This is an artifact replica of the cup/saucer that was used by the 1st Class passengers of the RMS Titanic

Enjoy the same elegance that the First Class passengers experienced on the Titanic.This VIP pattern was easily the most expensive and prestigious china service on board. Perfect for celebrating a special occasion or creating an elegant tea time when paired with the cream and sugar and tea pot. 


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Very beautiful. Arrived safely and in perfect condition.
Posted by Rene Phares , 10th Jan 2023

1st Class Tea Cup & Saucer

Absolutely love it! Beautiful replica of the VIP 1st class tea cup & saucer. Definitely ordering from The Titanic Store again!!
Posted by Ross Watson, 3rd Jun 2021

Demitasse cup and saucer

This is a brilliant reproduction of the coffee service! The saucer and cup are sturdy and so elegant! A must for any Titanic fan!!
Posted by Sydney Duprey, 21st May 2021

1st class cup and saucer

Absolutely beautiful, very well packed for shipping. Highly recommended for anyone interested in the Titanic.
Posted by John, 12th Feb 2021

Cup 1st Class

Really enjoying the 1st class Titanic cup (blue, white, gold). Unfortunately like potato chips...one just won't do.
Posted by Alan K. Sumrall, 18th Aug 2020

First class cup and saucer

Its beautiful. I love it.
Posted by Karri Donnay, 27th Jun 2020

Titanic Cup and Sauce

Exquisite and reasonably priced. What a wonderful addition to my china sets. The colors a vibrant the pieces are perfectly formed, and most important, they are truly authentic. A table set with this truly beautiful and unique china will be the highlight of your dinner party.
Posted by Edward Fiandach, 15th May 2020

1st class Titanic teacup & saucer

These Titanic replica teacups are considerably smaller than I thought they would be. Having said that they are a great addition to the Titanic replica china set I am building. They make a welcome addition to afternoon or after dinner tea.
Posted by AnonfromCanada, 1st Mar 2020