Antique RS Prussia Chocolate Pot - Pink Roses - "Red Mark"

RS Prussia Chocolate Pot With Pink Roses - Red Mark

Sale price $89.95 Regular price $125.00


Product Description:  This beautiful antique RS Prussia porcelain chocolate pot offers a gentle, pastel appearance.  It features a slightly ribbed surface surrounding the pot with pink roses highlighted with coral, color tips. The leaves are nicely decorated with blended pink, purple and green pastel colors. The non-decorated, white surface is smooth to the touch.  This beauty offers a generous, slightly ornate handle and a lid topped with a finial.  An elegant collectible which would look wonderful displayed in a dining room or kitchen.

Circa:  1870-1918

Dimensions:  10" height (to top of finial on lid - including lid) 8" height (to lip of pot not incl lid), 1" height lip (on lid) which fits inside pot, 3 3/8"base 

Markings:  Red letters RS Prussia., red outlined star, a green wreath outlined with red.

Material:  Glazed Porcelain

Colors:  Pink, Coral, Green, Purple and White

Product Weight:  1 pound 4 ounces

Condition:  Previously owned - used.  Age appropriate condition.  Slight rubbing on marking and very small deeper rub mark or chip on underneath base.  Top of handle does not have gold highlight going down center like bottom of handle, may be worn off.  Mark on bottom of base shows some wear.  Slight discoloration on inside, bottom rim.  Balance of inside is glazed, smooth and clean.

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