Founded in 1794 in Tettau, Bavaria, the Royal Bayreuth firm is well known for it's superior quality items. Included in this list are their Rose Tapestry pieces. The tapestry look was achieved by pressing fabric against the damp surface of the porcelain giving the textured look and feel of fabric.
This wonderful vase or open sugar bowl is decorated with an array of pastel pink, yellow and white roses with accenting green leaves. The top is gently flared and scalloped. There are two small ring handles near the base of the item. The rim and handle are gold trimmed. It is stamped in blue with the #2 mark, which is the most commonly found mark, circa late 1800's to pre-World War II era. It measures 3 1/4" across and 2 3/4" in height. There are no cracks, chips or repairs; the gold is worn on the rim. Great shape and presentation.