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Berry Bowls Aristocrat Century by Salem  23K Gold

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One set of Century by Salem berry bowls. All pieces have the backstamp
I have never washed these china pieces in my dishwasher, they have always been washed by hand since I have owned them. I have owned them since the early 70s.


While these are in good vintage condition, these settings are vintage and as such will have some very fine crazing. Some may have gilt loss, staining or fine storage marks. These are over 60yrs old, please remember this. I am happy to get closer more detailed photos for you.
None of this takes away from the extraordinary beauty of these settings, but, you should be aware of this fact.
Listed shipping is just a place holder, please convo with your zipcode for shipping.

I strongly suggest insurance!
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Alaska & Hawaii residents please contact for shipping price prior to any purchase! I gladly ship overseas, just convo me for cost. However, all overseas sales are final, including Hawaii!
Please look at the photos, they are part of the description!

If you are looking for perfect, then perhaps vintage is not really for you. Vintage means previously loved and used. This means it may or may not have minor flaws. I try to list these if I find them. Sometimes I may miss something. Hopefully not often. Please, unless the description says perfect, assume it is not

Berry Bowls Aristocrat Century by Salem 23K Gold


Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1960s
  • Materials: porcelain, 23K gold
  • Only ships within United States.
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