Royal Sealy teacups, the fancy way to sip your tea, were all the rage back in the day. The Sealy China Company produced these delicate porcelain cups between the 1930s and the 1960s. They were known for their intricate designs and gold embellishments. Still, the true measure of success for Royal Sealy teacups wasn’t their sales.
It was how many were used as props in old-timey movies; I’m pretty sure they were in every black-and-white film from the 1940s! But as time passed, the popularity of Royal Sealy teacups faded, and now they’re just collector’s items. At least they’ll never go out of style at vintage tea parties.