Unique and absolutely FABULOUS!!! This European child's set in a satin lined presentation box includes a warming dish, cup, napkin ring, spoon, and pusher. The Limoges, French porcelain dish was made by Goumot Labesse and has the cutest Alpine-looking children being frightened by jumping frogs! The dish has a hole for pouring in hot water to keep the food warm. It has a lovely gold trimmed porcelain birdie on the cork stopper. It is 7 inches in diameter, trimmed in gold and is 1 3/4 inches tall. It was made in 1948-1954. To complete the set, a heavy silverplate cup, spoon and pusher were made by Bruno Wiskemann of Brussels, Belgium in 1948. They are punchmarked 48, B Wiskemann, 6, and a chicken over a W. All items are in pristine condition. The cup measures 3 inches tall and is 2 1/2 inches diameter. It has a lovely ball and leaf pattern banded near the top. The napkin ring is 1 inch tall by 1 3/4 inch diameter, with the same pattern at top and bottom surrounding. The spoon is fantastic!! It has an egg-shaped bowl with a center handle to make guiding the food into the child's mouth easier. It also has the ball and leaf pattern on front and back and is 4 7/8 inches long with a 2 inch X 1 1/4 inch bowl. There is a 4 inch food pusher with pattern on both sides. It's 1 5/8 inches wide. The presentation box is 14 inches wide, 10 3/4 inches deep, and is 3 1/2 inches tall with brass fittings.
Item ID: 00210
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