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All Items : Porcelain : Pre 1930 item #923562 (stock #324)
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This nice teapot was manufactured by Meissen. It is in the Blue Onion pattern with amazing cobalt flowers and vines. It is actually quite small, measuring just 4 7/8" tall (at it's highest point), and 7" across (including handle and spout). I believe it is called a "mini teapot". It is marked with the crossed sword Meissen mark (see photo). There is no damage of any kind - other than the fact that the lid is not the correct lid for the Blue Onion pattern.
All Items : Porcelain : Pre 1920 item #900737 (stock #301)
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Royal Bayreuth has been producing fine porcelain since 1794. While their figural items are arguably the most sought after items, those with scenic motifs follow closely. This cream sized pitcher is an example. It is decorated with a hunting scene. A man is shown poking a stick in a hole at the base of a tree, while 3 dogs anxiously wait nearby. The pitcher stands 4" tall and has a base diameter of 2". It is marked on the base with a blue mark, which dates it between 1870 and 1914...
All Items : China : German : Rosenthal : Pre 1910 item #691131 (stock #230)
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This beautiful tea set was made by Thomas Marktredwitz some time between 1905 and 1908. To give you a bit of history on the company I am citing a web source called "In 1898 the first porcelain factory opened in the town of Marktredwitz and was known under the name of 'Porzellanfabrik Jaeger, Thomas & Co.' In 1903, Thomas decided to leave his partners and open his own factory. Based on the ideas Thomas introduced, success was nearly instantaneous for the new company...
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