A Set of Porcelain Dishes

 

This set of dishes has 26 pieces (plus an extra dinner plate). Back around 1986-1987, there were three auctions taking place to sell the Atlanta Toy Museum. And in one of those auctions a set of porcelain dishes was sold. I remember they were in their original box and they brought a lot of money. The marking on the back is just like this mark shown in the last photo. I never got to identify that mark. I remember as I was a phone bidder. These dishes have pink flowers with green leaves and are trimmed in gold. Starting at the top of photo #1, The set consists of a platter, a gravy bowl, a casserole bowl, row #2- 4 bowls,  row #3 -4 dinner plates,  row #4 3 dessert plates, row #5-  4 bread and butter plates, row #6 -4 cups and saucers. The scale for this set is 1 to 1.

 

Measurements: A dinner plate is -1-3/8 in diameter.

Circa: 1900-1920

Price: $225

 

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