Woman searching for saucer to match this antique tea cup.

Letters: Seeking cup’s mate

Michigan tourists lost saucer to teacup and hope readers can help

My husband and I are from Michigan, U.S.A. We were on your beautiful island last month and stopped at a moving sale. We bought three old, bone-china teacup and saucer sets for our three daughters. When we got home, one saucer was missing. I would like to try to locate the saucer. You can contact me at  dabomccoy@aol.com  or call me at 231-873-5282.

Bonnie McCoy

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