The teacup that Jane is drinking out of is Belleek. Belleek porcelain was first produced in 1863 and was not widely available outside Ireland until the mid-1860s while the blue mark on Jane's cup was first used in 1993.
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At one point, Jane tells Adèle to come with her and refers to Adèle as "Madame" rather than the proper form of "Mademoiselle" which is used for a young, unmarried girl.
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During the first meeting between Mrs Fairfax, Mr Rochester and Jane Eyre; Mrs Fairfax serves tea and then sits down with her cup. The cup she is holding is clearly empty.
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