Farber Brothers Mosaic Gold Handled Lenox Chocolate Server (Pot) with Cream, Sugar & TrayFarber Brothers Mosaic Gold Handled Lenox Chocolate Server (Pot) with Cream, Sugar & TrayFarber Brothers Mosaic Gold Handled Lenox Chocolate Server (Pot) with Cream, Sugar & TrayFarber Brothers Mosaic Gold Handled Lenox Chocolate Server (Pot) with Cream, Sugar & TrayFarber Brothers Mosaic Gold Handled Lenox Chocolate Server (Pot) with Cream, Sugar & TrayFarber Brothers Mosaic Gold Handled Lenox Chocolate Server (Pot) with Cream, Sugar & TrayFarber Brothers Mosaic Gold Handled Lenox Chocolate Server (Pot) with Cream, Sugar & TrayFarber Brothers Mosaic Gold Handled Lenox Chocolate Server (Pot) with Cream, Sugar & TrayFarber Brothers Mosaic Gold Handled Lenox Chocolate Server (Pot) with Cream, Sugar & TrayFarber Brothers Mosaic Gold Handled Lenox Chocolate Server (Pot) with Cream, Sugar & Tray

Circa 1930's (1932 - 1940) this 4-piece set features (3) gold mosaic Farber holders for the Chocolate Pot, Creamer & Sugar bowl. The porcelain is all stamped Lenox and are gold trimmed. The set sits on a mosaic gold handled serving tray. The tray is 14-1/2" (L) x 8-3/4" (W), the sugar is 3-1/4" (H) x 2-5/8" (W) at the rim, the creamer is 4-1/4" (H) x 2-1/2" (W) at the rim and the chocolate pot is 8" (H) with lid x 2-1/2" (W) at the rim. Condition of Lenox porcelain is great without chips or cracks. The Farber holders are OK but do have some cracks to the metal holders and some dulling due to use. This is a striking and intact set.

Item ID: 100116.04

Farber Brothers Mosaic Gold Handled Lenox Chocolate Server (Pot) with Cream, Sugar & Tray

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