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01/18/2019 06:19 PM
(62) PIECES ROYAL COPENHAGEN DANISH CHINA DISH SET
Age: Est 70 years
Comments: An extensive collection of useful and unusual pieces of Royal Copenhagen china made in Denmark with a pretty hand painted pattern in blue and white. The pattern is Aluminia Faience or Tranquebar Blue, Pattern Number 11.. Each piece is marked Denmark with the artist's initial and individually hand numbered pieces. There is also a beehive in green ink on each piece. The set includes a large covered soup tureen with under-tray (scarce!), two sets of salt and pepper shakers 2 1/8” tall and 3” tall, a 4” open condiment bowl, cream pitcher and covered sugar, (1) teacup with saucer, (12) coffee cups, (12) saucers (one with rim chip), gravy boat with attached tray, (1) 5 3/4” coaster, (6) 9” soup bowls (two with back chips), (1) large 13 1/4” round platter, (2) oval platters 9” x 6 3/4” and 15 1/4” x 10 3/4”, (2) 8 3/4” x 11 1/2” oval serving bowls, (5) 7 1/2” plate and (8) 6” plates. Some light staining on a few pieces and other damage only where noted.
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