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This lovely set with a blue decor depicts a quiet pastoral landscape on one side of the cups, with flowers on the other side as well as on the saucers.

* Due to some misfortune, the listing is now for one cup and one saucer only *

The set is in very good vintage condition. No chips at all. One of the cups shows some crazings.
The backstamp at the bottom of all pieces reads : "Sarreguemines DV France"

The cups are 2,75" wide and 2,5" high (7 x 6,5cm).
The saucers are 5,1" wide (13cm).

A bit of history ?
The production of Sarreguemines earthenware starts at the end of the 18th century in this village of Moselle, a region whose history is torn between France and Germany. From the struggling factory created by Jacoby and Fabry to the flourishing production site
admired by Napoleon the 1st himself, Sarreguemines has been in the hands of leading manufacturers like bavarian Paul Utzschneider or his son-in-law Alexandre de Geiger. Other factory sites were built in the famous industrious cities of Digoin and Vitry-Le-François. The production of porcelain finally stopped in 1979.

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If shipping is overpriced for more than 2$, I send you a refund through paypal !

You can find other Sarreguemines items in my shop over here :
- French teapot "Agreste", before 1950 : http://www.etsy.com/listing/87761254/vintage-french-tea-pot-agreste

Vintage set of one cup and its saucer - Blue decor - Sarreguemines, France

Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1970s
  • Material: earthenware
  • Feedback: 12 reviews
  • Ships worldwide from Nantes, France
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