This little porcelain, bisque bride and groom was probably from the 1920’s. The tiny couple are hand painted and dressed in formal wedding attire. The bride’s full length dress is gracefully draped and she’s carrying a bouquet of lavender flowers. Her arm is interlocked with her husband’s and he’s dressed in a matte black tuxedo with a shiny labels and a hat held in his right hand. They attached to the base across which reads; Our Wedding Day. On the bottom it is stamped; Japan and very small and faintly is written San Diego. A glass dome fits into the groove on the base. Affixed to the glass is what appears to be an original decal the reads; Souvenir of Kansas City, Mo.

The couple on the base measures about 3” tall and with the dome on it measures about 3 5/8”. The base measures about 2 ¼” in diameter. The couple are a bit crude but in good condition with no damage to the bisque. The edge of the glass has a little roughness but it is otherwise in good condition and even the decal has minimal edge wear.

The pictures are not shown at actual size. Please refer to the description for actual measurements.

Don't forget to check out the other antique and collectible porcelains in our shop including some German pieces!

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ITEM ID
35935
PURPOSE
Figurines
TYPE
Bisque

Ogee's Antiques

Vintage Wedding Cake Topper - Tiny Bride & Groom with Original Glass Dome

$45


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