Here is a bright and cheery teacup and saucer in antique continental porcelain, made at the Hochst factory in Germany in the 18th century. The saucer has a fanciful tulip and several small sprigs, and the cup has trailing flowers in a bouquet with sprigs around the sides. Both are marked with the Hochst factory mark of a wheel with spokes. The cup is incised with a W over I, and the saucer likewise. Both are in excellent condition. The saucer is four and seven-eighths inches across. Slight wear to the decoration, but no damage or restorations. Please check the photos.
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