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SOLD#2744 Czechoslovakian Coffee SetSOLD

The mark is dated to c.1930-1935 and is that of Schmieger & Sons of Schonfeld, a decorating studio in Carlsbad, Bohemia, Czechoslovakia.   (Sources:  Directory of European Porcelain by Ludwig Danckert, page 413; and Keramik-Marken Lexikon,1885-1935 Europa by Dieter Zuhlsdorff, page 293).  Pretty soft green with Love Story figural transfer scenes on fronts and backs of all pieces.  Nice gold trim.  Excellent condition. Coffee Pot = 5 3/4" to rim of neck and 7" to top of finial on lid.  Sugar = 2 7/8" to rim of neck and 4" o top of finial on lid.  Creamer = 2 3/4" tall

Item #2744


SOLD#2604 Czechoslovakia Breakfast SetSOLD

The blue mark with the crown is that of Schneider & Co. of Altrohlau, Bohemia, Czechoslovakia, 1904-1945 (page 84 of Kovel's).  The other mark is dated to c.1930-1935 and is that of Schmieger & Sons of Schonfeld, a decorating studio in Carlsbad, Bohemia, Czechoslovakia.  (Sources:  Directory of European Porcelain, Ludwig Danckert, page 413; and Keramik-Marken Lexikon,1885-1935 Europa by Dieter Zuhlsdorff, page 293).  Therefore, this set is c.1930-1935.  Beautiful Love Story figural scenes on every piece.  10 pieces as followsDemipot (5 1/2" tall to top of lid), Teapot (3 3/4" tall to top of lid), Sugar (3 1/4" tall to top of lid), Creamer (2 3/4" to top of spout), Egg Cup (3 1/2" tall), Bread Plate (6 1/4" diameter), Cereal Bowl (6 1/8" diameter), Snack Plate (6 3/4" diameter), Coffee Cup and Saucer, Toast Rack (5/14" x 2 1/2" x 3" tall to top of handle).  As shown in the pictures, the bread plate also serves as a saucer for the egg cup and the snack plate as a saucer for the cereal bowl.  A real beauty of a little set!!  Excellent to perfect condition.  SOLD

Czechoslovakian Breakfast Set, Schneider and Company, Altrohlau

Item #2604



SOLD#2359 Victoria China Tea Set CzechoslovakiaSOLD

This beautiful tea set was made by Victoria Porcelain Factory, Schmidt & Co. Altrohlau, Bohemia, Czechoslovakia, in business c.1883-1945.  This mark was used 1918-1939.  (Source:  Marks on German, Bohemian, and Austrian Porcelain by Rontgen, pages 173 and 374).  It is decorated with beautiful violets in transfer.  There are 6 cups (2 3/4" tall) and saucers; 6 plates (6 1/4" diameter); 2 bowls (5 1/4" diameter); 1 creamer and 1 teapot ( 4 1/2" high).  This old tea set is in excellent condition for its age, but it is NOT PERFECT.  There is a fleabite size nick on the edge of one cup.  Another cup has a rough place on the edge of the rim (I've tried to capture it in two photographs).  Also, there is slight wear on some of the gold trim on the rims of some of the pieces.  One bowl appears to have been repaired on one part of the inside wall of the bowl -- does not show from the outside.  Overall, these are not major flaws, but just want to be sure to be make full disclosure as to condition.  The set is beautiful for display and flaws are not readily visible.  SOLD

Victoria China Tea Set

Victoria China Tea Pot

Victoria China Creamer

Victoria China Bowl

Victoria China Plate Victoria China Cup Victoria China Tea Cup Rim
Victoria China Tea Set Mark Item #2359 SOLD SOLD

SOLD #2745 Windsor Bone China English Coffee Set SOLD

Made in Longton, Staffordshire, England, by the Co-operative Wholesale Society, Ltd, at Windsor Pottery, in business 1946-1964.  This mark was used beginning in the 1950's. (Sources:  Kovel's, page 120; Directory of European Porcelain, pages 239-240; and this website: Coffee Pot is 6" tall to rim of neck; Creamer is 3 1/4" tall at spout; Sugar is 2 3/8" tall x 3 5/8" diameter across top; Demicups (6) are 2" all x 2 1/2" diameter across top; Saucers (6) are 4 3/4" diameter.  Notice the heavy gold trim and the footed design of all the pieces.  The romantic figural scenes are in transfer.  The set consists of Coffee Pot, Sugar and Creamer, and 6 cups and saucers.  The set appears to have never been used.  A real beauty!!!  Excellent condition. $225  April 2006

Windsor English Tea Set Cooperative Wholesale Society Longton England

Item #2745


SOLD#2756 Old German Teapot SmallSOLD

 A cute little teapot decorated with large transfer red roses on the front side only.  Backside was left plain, which infers to me that it was meant for display only, with that undecorated side intended to be unseen against the wall of a display cabinet.  Rim of neck and spout, as well as the lid finial, all have traces of what was once gold trim that is now mostly worn off -- a good sign of OLD age.   Good condition.  No chips, cracks, or crazing -- just the wear of the gold.  A great old piece at a good price!!!

Old German Teapot

3 1/8" tall to rim and 4 1/4" to top of lid finial; 6 1/2" wide from outer tips of spout and handle.

Unmarked, but is most likely of German origin.

Item #2756 SOLD

 8/26/05  $20

SOLD#2412 Dresden Tea SetSOLD

Three pieces -- Tea Pot, Sugar, and Creamer.  I originally thought this probably also had a larger coffee pot at one time, but apparently not.  I found this exact tea set (same body style, size, proportion -- only the florals are different) on page 74 of the Harran book on Dresden Porcelain Studios.  The mark on that set as well as this one is that of the Richard Klemm Decorating Studio, in business from 1869-1949 in Dresden, Germany.  This particular mark has been dated to the years of c.1891-1914 (Source: Dresden Porcelain Studios by Harran, page 53.)  It is, of course, all hand painted and trimmed in gold.  Scalloped necks and bases, wide handles.  Very little, if any, wear -- possibly some slight wear of gold on handles and finials, as would be expected from normal use.  It appears to be in excellent to perfect condition, especially for its age -- the pictures speak for themselves.  A wonderful old treasure!! 

Dresden Tea Set Richard Klemm Studio

  Tea Pot is approximately 5" tall to highest point of neck rim and  6 1/4" tall to top of finial on lid x approximately 9 1/4" wide at outer tips of spout and handle.  Sugar is 4" tall to neck and 5 3/4" to top of finial on lid x approximately 6" wide at outer tips of handles.   Creamer is 4" tall at the spout x approximately 4 3/4" wide. Item #2412

 SOLD#2306 Hand Painted Tea SetSOLD

Unmarked.  Possibly whiteware from Germany and then painted by an American china painter.  It is signed Alice Meyers She did a beautiful job with the soft lavender background and florals with touches of yellow and green.  The heavy gold trim is wonderful.  Notice the beautiful body lines in all three pieces.  The teapot is 5 1/2" tall to the top of the neck.  Sugar is approximately 2" tall x 3 1/4" wide.  Creamer is approximately 2 7/8" to highest point of spout.  Excellent to perfect condition.  I find nothing wrong with this set and believe it to be at least back to the 1950's which was a popular era for china painting in America.

Hand Painted Tea Set Three Pieces

Unmarked except for signature.

Item #2306


SOLD#2186 Hand Painted Bavarian Tea SetSOLD
Teapot is approximately 5" tall to top of finial on lid x 7" wide at outer tips of spout and handle.  Sugar is 4 1/2" tall x 5 1/8" wide at outer tips of handles.  Creamer is 3 1/2" tall x 3 7/8" wide at outer tips of spout and handle.  Perfect condition.
Unsigned by artist Item #2186 SOLD

SOLD#2082 German Chocolate PotSOLD

 By C. Tielsch in Altwasser Silesia Germany.  Excellent condition.  Beautiful transfer roses on a rich chocolate background.  This mark was registered in the German Trademark of Registry in 1875 and appears to have been used up until c.1934.   According to references, Germany was known to have added its country name to products as early as 1885.  It is 8 3/4" tall to top of finial.

  Item #2082 SOLD

SOLD#1983 Bavarian Coffee/Tea Set, Waldershof, GermanySOLD

 Frank Neukirchner Porcelain Works.  Seven pieces.  Hand painted and Signed.  The mark was used beginning in c.1916-1977.  We believe this set is from the 1930's based on information we have received from others.   Excellent condition except one cup (see picture). 

Bavaria Germany Tea Set

Bavaria Germany Teapot or Coffee Pot Germany Bavaria Tea Set Signature Bavaria Germany Teacup

7 pieces

Coffee/Teapot, 4 sets Cups and Saucers, Ash Tray, Cigarette Holder

Coffee/Teapot Approx. 6 inches tall without lid and 7 1/2 with lid.   Cup are approximately 3 1/8 inches across the top.

Beautiful Figural Scenes on Every Piece Hand Painted and Signed "Fragonard"

 (see signature in picture)

Bavaria Germany Teacup

Bavaria Germany Saucer

Bavaria Germany Teacup chip

German Bavaria Tea Set Ash Tray

Bavaria Germany Mark Frank Neukirchner Porcelain Works c.1916-1977

Minor chip on outside lip of one cup. 

 (can be easily repaired)

Item #1983 SOLD

SOLD#1876 Bavarian Tea SetSOLD

(Elfenbein Porzellan) Seven pieces (teapot, 2 plates, sugar and creamer, 2 sets cups and saucers).

Bavarian Tea Set

Bavarian Cup and Saucer

 Teapot is 5 1/2" tall not including lid.  Saucer is 7 1/2" across.  Cup is 4" across top of cup.  Sugar is 2 1/2" tall not including lid.  Creamer is 4 1/2" tall.


SOLD#2713 Limoges Style Hand Painted TeapotSOLD

Unmarked.  Age unknown.  Absolutely gorgeous!!  Gold handle, gold trim, gold finial.   Soft pink spout.  Soft purple and lavender flowers.  Excellent condition -- appears to have never been used at all -- probably always just for display.  3 1/2" tall to neck rim and 5 1/8" to top of lid finial.  8" wide from outer tips of spout and handle. 

Limoges Style Teapot
Item #2713 SOLD

 $95  February 2006

SOLD #2409 German Coffee Set or Tea Set SOLD

Some might even call it a chocolate set.  UnmarkedThe family who owned this set traveled extensively in Germany in the 1970's and their heirs believed they purchased it during that time.  It gives the appearance of being hand painted, but it is actually decorated with very good transfers and is very beautiful.  Even the little saucers are decorated with the romantic figural scenes.  Notice the heavy gold trim on the handles, spouts, rims and lids.  The pot is 6 1/2" to rim and 7 1/2" to top of finial on lid.  Sugar bowl is 2 3/16" tall to rim and 3 1/2" tall to top of finial on lid.  Creamer is 3 1/" tall.  Each demicup is 2 1/2" tall x 1 7/8" diameter across top opening.  Each saucer is 4 1/8" diameter.

German Coffee Set

  The complete set consists of one pot, one sugar, one creamer, and six demicups and saucers. 

The set is in perfect condition except for a very minor professional repair on the rim of the sugar bowl which is not visible to the normal eye. 

Item #2409


  8/26/05  $195

SOLD#3930 Bavarian Coffee/Tea Set, Waldershof, GermanySOLD

Very pretty and decorative little coffee/tea set that appears to be from the Frank Neukirchner Porcelain Works of Waldershof, Bavaria, Germany, in business until 1916-1977.  We assume this set is from their later years of c.1960's-70's, though we can't find these exact marks for that factory, so we can't 100% guarantee its origin.  We are, therefore, offering it as a decorative set only and at a good price. regardless of factory origin.  The set consists of the coffee/teapot, sugar and creamer, and six teacups and saucers.  It is in excellent condition.  Heavy gold decoration as can be seen in the pictures.  There is some wear of the decoration on the inner rims of the saucers (see saucer picture below). 

Coffee/Teapot is 5 5/8" tall to neck rim; sugar bowl is 2 3/8" tall to neck rim; creamer is 3" tall to highest part of spout; teacups are 1 3/4" tall x 2 7/8" diameter at top opening; saucers are 4 1/2" diameter.
Item #3930 SOLD

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