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Tea Cup and Saucer Period: Edo period Date: dated 1731 Culture: Japan Medium: Shakudo (copper alloy) and gold.

Amazon.com | Turkish Tea Set for 6 - Glasses with Brass Holders Lids Saucers Tray & Glass Spoons, 25 Pcs (Gold): Spoons

Turkish Tea Set for 6 - Glasses with Brass Holders Lids Saucers Tray & Glass Spoons, 25 Pcs (Gold): Spoons

The Beauty of Truth: Faith, Hope & Love

Coalport Porcelain (Shropshire, England) — Gold Gilt and Turquoise Beaded demitasse cup and saucer

French 1st standard (.950 fine) parcel-gilt silver large chocolate cup and saucer, with guilloché (engine-turned) background, and bright-cut engraving - c1885 (antiquesuncommontreasure)

French standard fine) parcel-gilt silver large chocolate cup and saucer, with guilloché (engine-turned) background, and bright-cut engraving - (antiquesuncommontreasure)

OLD FOLEY GOLDEN ROSE ETCH GOLD WIDE FOOTED TEA CUP AND SAUCER

Old foley golden rose etch gold wide footed tea cup and saucer

Coffe Cups, Hot Pot, Tea Time, Tea Party, Golden Roses, Wide Feet, Teacups, Tea Sets, Vintage China

kobalt i złoto Limoges na Stylowi.pl

Limoges gilded, cobalt, jeweled cabinet demitasse set coffee cup and saucer

"Liberty" Cup and Saucer  Manufacturer: Union Porcelain Works, 1863-ca.1922  Designer: Karl L. H. Mueller, American, born Germany, 1820-1887  Medium: Ceramic  Place Manufactured: Greenpoint (now Brooklyn), New York, USA  Dates: ca. 1876

Union Porcelain Works "Liberty" Cup and Saucer, ca. Ceramic, (a) Cup: 3 x 3 x 3 in. Brooklyn Museum, Gift of Mrs. Luke Vincent Lockwood, Creative Commons-BY

tea service porcelain and gold leaf. 1725-1730 from the Meissen factory in Germany. Set consists of porcelain cups (Note no handles until mid 1760s) teapot, angular tea caddy, oval sugar bowl and six cups and saucers, all resting on a gilt tray

Tea service porcelain and gold leaf. from the Meissen factory in Germany. Set consists of porcelain cups (Note no handles until mid teapot, angular tea caddy, oval sugar bowl and six cups and saucers, all resting on a gilt tray.

Tea Cup and Saucer, 1731. Japan, Edo period. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New…

Tea Cup and Saucer Period: Edo period Date: dated 1731 Culture: Japan Medium: Shakudo (copper alloy) and gold Dimensions: H. (cup): 1 in. (cup): 3 in. (saucer): 4 in.

The Old Plum, Edo period (1615–1868), ca. 1645  Attributed to Kano Sansetsu (Japanese, ca. 1589–1651)  Four sliding door panels (fusuma); ink, color, gold leaf on paper

Old Plum

The Old Plum, Edo period ca. 1645 Attributed to Kano Sansetsu (Japanese, ca. Four sliding door panels (fusuma); ink, color, gold leaf on paper Source: Attributed to Kano Sansetsu: The Old Plum

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