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Vintage Bavarian Porcelain Coffee Tea for Two Set, including Sugar Bowl and Creamer

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This absolutely gorgeous set has been in my family for over 50 years and has been displayed in a curio until recently. This is a small fine porcelain demi-tasse set. The Serving Pot stands 6-1/2 inches Tall. It is a set for two. It includes a Sugar Bowl and a Creamer. Additionally, there is one gold-tone spoon.

The pattern is a gold transfer ware type of stencil with added gold trim and accents.

The Bavaria stamp (Bavaria PORZELLAN) indicates where it was made and the mark style is a type used roughly around the 1950's and early 1960's.

Generic Crown marks were often used by smaller factories, decorating companies and exporters. Generally they created marks that looked similar to more well-known companies. For example the style of the crown is similar to ones used by Kronester, Arzberg and even Elfenbein just to name a few. Some of these factories produced similar sets.

Given the age and style, It's an absolutely gorgeous set.

NOTE: The Serving Tray in the pictures is NOT included.


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