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Cup with cover

Cup with cover

A NIPPON SWANS IN LAKE MOLDED SCENIC PORCELAIN HANDLED VASE CIRCA 1920 WITH HAND PAINTED SWANS FRAMED IN A FLORAL CARTOUCHE OF POPPIES AND WATER LILIES BELOW AN EMBOSSED LEAF FORM SHOULDER

A NIPPON SWANS IN LAKE MOLDED SCENIC PORCELAIN HANDLED VASE CIRCA 1920 WITH HAND PAINTED SWANS FRAMED IN A FLORAL CARTOUCHE OF POPPIES AND WATER LILIES BELOW AN EMBOSSED LEAF FORM SHOULDER

This vintage-inspired Barnyard tea and coffee pot brings a cozy country touch to the table. The red and cream stoneware is hand-painted in country style.

This vintage-inspired Barnyard tea and coffee pot brings a cozy country touch to the table. The red and cream stoneware is hand-painted in country style.

A NIPPON COBALT JEWELED AND SCENIC DECORATED PORCELAIN VASE CIRCA 1910  WITH HNAD PAINTED AUTUMNAL COUNTRYSIDE SCENE

A NIPPON COBALT JEWELED AND SCENIC DECORATED PORCELAIN VASE CIRCA 1910 WITH HNAD PAINTED AUTUMNAL COUNTRYSIDE SCENE

Cup And Saucer Art Deco Trees Cobbled Path Colored 1940s

Cup And Saucer Art Deco Trees Cobbled Path Colored 1940s

Vintage Peter Rabbit Tea Service

Vintage Peter Rabbit Tea Service

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Jewel Color Fruit Demitasse Cup And Saucer 1930s Somerset Hughes Staffordshire Demi Coffee Espresso

Jewel Color Fruit Demitasse Cup And Saucer 1930s Somerset Hughes Staffordshire Demi Coffee Espresso

1780-1785 French Sèvres Covered cup at the Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge - From the curators' comments: "Jewelled enamelling is recorded as being introduced by Philippe Parpette, a flower painter, and Joseph Cotteau, an enameller in 1778. Parpette worked mainly on this type of decoration between 1780-5. The latter left the factory in 1784, and after 1786 this type of decoration was rarely executed. The decoration of this 18th century set, however, may have been applied in the 19th century."

1780-1785 French Sèvres Covered cup at the Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge - From the curators' comments: "Jewelled enamelling is recorded as being introduced by Philippe Parpette, a flower painter, and Joseph Cotteau, an enameller in 1778. Parpette worked mainly on this type of decoration between 1780-5. The latter left the factory in 1784, and after 1786 this type of decoration was rarely executed. The decoration of this 18th century set, however, may have been applied in the 19th century."

** Hrníček na kávu - malovaný porcelán ♣ Míšeň r.1715-25 **

** Hrníček na kávu - malovaný porcelán ♣ Míšeň r.1715-25 **

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