Dessert Service Hand Painted China Poppies Set 20 Pieces 1910s 1920s

Very vintage late 1910s through early 1920s hand painted china dessert service, pale green and shaded vanilla color with garlands of poppies around the rims, black and gold accents. The set consist of six each of dessert plates, cups, and saucers, and a covered sugar bowl and a cream pitcher or creamer. Meant to be used with the then brand new innovation, the electric percolator urn which was a very stylish thing, very ornamented, and offered the novelty of piping hot, fresh coffee at the table or sideboard, as electricity was becoming widely installed in homes. These sets of china often cause the question Where Is The Tea Pot to be asked, and that is the answer. Magazine ads at this time show the percolators in use with your own table china, though sometimes they included a creamer and sugar and tray to match, but usually one purchased just the percolator.

The creamer and sugar bowl have a delightful squared shape that tapers out. The plates measure 8.25 inches across. The gold trim is won on the plate edges, but intact on the other pieces, so I suspect that the plates were often used for dessert, thought the other pieces not so. A rub mark or two in the pale green, hard to locate, but most visible example shown. Gold is intact elsewhere as shown. There is NO damage to ANY of the pieces other than a TINY, barely perceptible nick on aplate edge, shown last photo. Various European marks, Bavaria, Austria.

Due to size and weight please note that once packed for shipping, the package will be oversized according to post office limits on box size, and the shipping for this item is going to be Oversize category for destinations far West or South of my Northeast location, so please check shipping costs on this page before deciding to buy, as shipping costs, while actual cost only, will rise sharply for those destinations, though not for destinations closer in to a midpoint of the country. I will of course combine multiple item purchases for actual cost only shipping, by combined weight.

We do expect payment at time of purchase for single items, just click the Pay Now button on the purchase order. Multiple item purchases can either be paid for at the time of purchase, and we will refund overages on shipping and insurance cost to the penny, or you can wait for an invoice with our adjusted combined weight shipping costs, and then make payment.

Item ID: rl6846


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Dessert Service Hand Painted China Poppies Set 20 Pieces 1910s 1920s

Dessert Service Hand Painted China Poppies Set 20 Pieces 1910s 1920s
Dessert Service Hand Painted China Poppies Set 20 Pieces 1910s 1920s
Dessert Service Hand Painted China Poppies Set 20 Pieces 1910s 1920s
Dessert Service Hand Painted China Poppies Set 20 Pieces 1910s 1920s
Dessert Service Hand Painted China Poppies Set 20 Pieces 1910s 1920s
Dessert Service Hand Painted China Poppies Set 20 Pieces 1910s 1920s
Dessert Service Hand Painted China Poppies Set 20 Pieces 1910s 1920s
Dessert Service Hand Painted China Poppies Set 20 Pieces 1910s 1920s
Dessert Service Hand Painted China Poppies Set 20 Pieces 1910s 1920s

Very vintage late 1910s through early 1920s hand painted china dessert service, pale green and shaded vanilla color with garlands of poppies around the rims, black and gold accents. The set consist of six each of dessert plates, cups, and saucers, and a covered sugar bowl and a cream pitcher or creamer. Meant to be used with the then brand new innovation, the electric percolator urn which was a very stylish thing, very ornamented, and offered the novelty of piping hot, fresh coffee at the table or sideboard, as electricity was becoming widely installed in homes. These sets of china often cause the question Where Is The Tea Pot to be asked, and that is the answer. Magazine ads at this time show the percolators in use with your own table china, though sometimes they included a creamer and sugar and tray to match, but usually one purchased just the percolator.

The creamer and sugar bowl have a delightful squared shape that tapers out. The plates measure 8.25 inches across. The gold trim is won on the plate edges, but intact on the other pieces, so I suspect that the plates were often used for dessert, thought the other pieces not so. A rub mark or two in the pale green, hard to locate, but most visible example shown. Gold is intact elsewhere as shown. There is NO damage to ANY of the pieces other than a TINY, barely perceptible nick on aplate edge, shown last photo. Various European marks, Bavaria, Austria.

Due to size and weight please note that once packed for shipping, the package will be oversized according to post office limits on box size, and the shipping for this item is going to be Oversize category for destinations far West or South of my Northeast location, so please check shipping costs on this page before deciding to buy, as shipping costs, while actual cost only, will rise sharply for those destinations, though not for destinations closer in to a midpoint of the country. I will of course combine multiple item purchases for actual cost only shipping, by combined weight.

We do expect payment at time of purchase for single items, just click the Pay Now button on the purchase order. Multiple item purchases can either be paid for at the time of purchase, and we will refund overages on shipping and insurance cost to the penny, or you can wait for an invoice with our adjusted combined weight shipping costs, and then make payment.

Item ID: rl6846


*Answers to questions regarding different price, payment method, international shipping destination, etc. can be found on the Terms Of Sale page (on the left hand side of this page on the menu bar) in the “Other Information” section – a great time saver!

$75 USD

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