Three lovely antique porcelain china dishes with hand painted Lily of the Valley flower decoration. The gold trimmed large bowl and matching plate were made in the early 1900s by O & EG (Oscar and Edward Gutherz) Royal Austria fine porcelain factory. The serving bowl is 9-3/8" diameter by 2-3/8 inches high, the plate is 6" diameter. Both pieces are discreetly signed in gold script (possibly Martin or Martina) and are in very good condition with all decoration intact, no damage.
The 5-1/4 inch scalloped fruit bowl is very similar but is marked BT Co Germany, for Burley Tyrrell & Company, Chicago importers of German porcelain china from 1899 to 1907. The bowl has raised gold stems among the handpainted white flowers and green leaves. There's a small wear spot to the paint on the main green leaf, otherwise it's in excellent condition.
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