Coalport bone china. England. Produced between 1920 and 1950. Bone china is notable for being produced with bone ash and stronger than other types of porcelain, and also having an appealing translucency. (leaded)

Society fine china. United States, part of the Eternal Rose set. Along with tea cups and saucers, this set contained dinner plates, some smaller plates, and a sauce bowl/gravy boat. This set could've been made in the 1960s or 1970s. (leaded)

Sorelle (Italian, pronounced "sor-el-leh") fine porcelain. Appears to be part of a small set composed of just a single cup and teapot. I can't find any info on the specific years of production, but Sorelle sets were apparently produced starting in the 2000s. (unleaded)

Afternoon tea web club. Pixel teacup made by me. 2024. (unleaded)

Pixel teacup collection.