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Miniature Tea Set with Green Vine Pattern

Status: Available Price: $195.00
Description:
Pictured is a very well made German porcelain tea set, in a scale appropriate for dolls anywhere from 12" and up, or for a larger scale dollhouse. The lovely hand-painted decorations include lots of gold enamel and several shades of soft green with a pattern of vines with leaves. The set consists of a tray, 3 5/8" diameter, a richly decorated with gold teapot with cover, 1 1/2" high, sugar with cover, creamer, and two cups and saucers. There are no markings on any of the pieces, but it is of good German quality, so it was either made for the German market or it had a paper label at one time. c. 1910-20 period. Pictured on a doll's early dresser which is 6 1/2 high x 8" wide for size comparison (dresser is not for sale). Porcelain tea set is in excellent condition with no breaks or repairs.

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