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BID DATE:
06/17/2017 10:01 PM
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CERAMIC “ROSE” TEAPOT WITH CREAMER AND SUGAR
Age. Less than 30 years old
Composition. Ceramic
Size. See below
Rating: 9
Comments. This lot includes a 6” high tea pot as well as a 3 ¼” high creamer and a 4 ½” high sugar bowl with cover. All have raised designs of flowers as well as leaves around their circumference and have lots of hand painted details. The knob on the cover are in the shapes of roses and their large loop handles painted to look like stems. Each is numbered either 952 or 953 underneath. This set is in good shape with no breaks having to use wear and light soiling. Give it a cleaning and it’s ready to serve those special guests their coffee or tea in style.

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