Antique Chocolate Pot Set for Two Highly Decorated & Hand-Painted Moriage Golt Gilt

Antique Chocolate Pot Set for Two Highly Decorated & Hand-Painted Moriage Golt Gilt

Regular price $100.00


Product Description: Gorgeous and exquisite describes this delicate, Antique Chocolate Pot Set for two. Most likely from the early 1900’s, the set is highly decorated with floral, geometric designs and is hand-painted with gold gilt and areas of a moriage effect. The exterior and interior are glazed with an unglazed lip on the pot where the lid sits. Although this early set is unmarked, it is evident a high quality maker and artist created this work of art. This set will not disappoint.

Included: Chocolate Pot with Lid, Two Matching Cups and Saucers

Care: Hand Wash Only

Note: Please refer to "Condition" for any additional information

Circa:  Probably early 1900’s

Chocolate Pot: Height: 9”
Cup: Height: 2 ½”
Saucer: Diameter: 5”

Product Weight: 2 pounds 3 ounces

Primary Material: Porcelain

Maker: Unknown

Markings:  No visible markings

Condition:  Previously owned - used.  Condition is consistent with age and use. Good condition with one 1/4" thin repair to a crack on inner lip where lid sits (as shown). Free of any additional cracks, chips or repairs. Two small gold paint dots on inside lip of one cup from the making.

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