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Meissen Blue Onion C. Teichert Stove & Porcelain Factory, C 1900 - Meissen Blue Onion C. Teichert Stove & Porcelain Factory, C 1900

Meissen Blue Onion C. Teichert Stove & Porcelain Factory, C 1900 - Meissen Blue Onion C. Teichert Stove & Porcelain Factory, C 1900

yama-bato:  Date: Chinese porcelain (Wanli period), 1573-1620; English mounts, ca. 1585

yama-bato: Date: Chinese porcelain (Wanli period), 1573-1620; English mounts, ca. 1585

Meissen Porcelain Demitasse Cup

Meissen Porcelain Demitasse Cup

Meissen Blue Onion Tea Warmer

Meissen Blue Onion Tea Warmer

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Aussiegirl

Coffee pot and lid | Riemerschmid, Richard made in Germany in 1903

Coffee pot and lid

Coffee pot and lid | Riemerschmid, Richard made in Germany in 1903

Русская майолика | Гжель. Комментарии : LiveInternet - Российский Сервис Онлайн-Дневников

Русская майолика | Гжель. Комментарии : LiveInternet - Российский Сервис Онлайн-Дневников

Théière et réchaud.  1795. Faïence de Delft.

Théière et réchaud. 1795. Faïence de Delft.

Flow Blue: History and Value of Blue-and-White Antique China

Flow Blue: History and Value of Blue-and-White Antique China

Blau Geschirr,Weißen Geschirr,Fließen Blau China,Blaue Keramik,Land Blau,Zuckerdosen,Kobaltblau,Blau Und Weiß,Antique China

1630-1635 English Posset pot at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London - From the curators' comments: "A disproportionate number of posset pots have survived, as they were often used only on special occasions and given as gifts....At the end of the 17th century delftware, Staffordshire slipware and glass posset pots became large and highly decorated, indicating a high point in their ceremonial function which, by the middle of the 18th century, seems to have fallen into disuse."

Posset pot

1630-1635 English Posset pot at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London - From the curators' comments: "A disproportionate number of posset pots have survived, as they were often used only on special occasions and given as gifts....At the end of the 17th century delftware, Staffordshire slipware and glass posset pots became large and highly decorated, indicating a high point in their ceremonial function which, by the middle of the 18th century, seems to have fallen into disuse."

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