Hand Painted w/ lovely Morning Glories, on this matching Tea Pot and Sugar Bowl. Hutschenreuther porcelain factory was first established in 1814 in Northern Bavaria. This porcelain china was made by Hutschenreuther Selb which was established by the son of Hutschenreuther which started a porcelain factory in 1854 in Selb, Germany. The label on the bottom of both pieces was made from 1902 to 1969. It changed names again in 1969.
Both pieces are in excellent condition with no chips or cracks.
The Morning Glories have great colors of blue, pink, yellow, greens and even some purple, with a pale green background. The handle adorned in gold paint, as is the tops of the tea pot and sugar bowl. My granny and great grandma were china painters and granny told me it takes an extra firing to put on the gold paint.
The tea pot is 9" tall and 6" across the base and 9" from outside of handle to the end of the spout. The sugar bowl is 5" tall and 4 1/2" across the base. It is signed be the artist, Gladeys Bearden.