Berry Set, complete set, master bowl and four individual servings, white and gold, high relief, circa 1891, Victorian porcelain with extensive beading. Master bowl is 10 1/4" diameter, serving dishes are 5" diameter, all have scallop edges. Backstamp is Nippon porcelain mark #52 , maple leaf. Master is in green and servings are in blue. The blue maple leaf differentiates that the porcelain was fired as body blanks which were made for subcontracting to factories for hand painting. The patterns on these pieces all match. The master bowl, with green backstamp, was available to be purchased separately from the factory. Porcelain is white background with extensive and intricate gold leaf design and beading. Accents of enamel dots in light blue. Shape of the dishes is scallop edge, embossed beading and ribs. The interior basin of the master is also ribbed. NO chips, NO damage, breaks, cracks or repairs. This is the EARLY white and gold pattern that does NOT have green or orange highlighting in design. Condition is Perfect. To purchase with MC or VISA please call Drury House at 802-824-4395 EST
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