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China and Dinnerware1150 of 2933Occupied Japan Vintage tea cup and saucerPitcher with Multiple Markings from Germany
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Posted 1 year ago


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Saw the tea party post and it reminded me of my Dresden pitcher and sugar creamer set I use in my garden. Love that pink!!!


  1. Aimathena, 1 year ago
    Wow.... .... Gina. What a very gorgeous set. So feminine and delicate, Love it!!
  2. junglehouse junglehouse, 1 year ago
    The season is fast approaching when I plant my annuals. This Pitcher will soon sport a cloud of coral impatiens.
  3. Aimathena, 1 year ago
    Oh please post a photo of that. I'm sure that is going to look so beautiful!!
  4. junglehouse junglehouse, 1 year ago
  5. rjkinkent, 1 year ago
    How large are the pieces in this set? To me they appear to be part of a pitcher and basin wash set from the days before indoor plumbing. The set would also include the night potty that sat under the bed for when "nature" called overnight. Our great grandmothers would be horrified if they knew we displayed these relics around the house for everyone to see. It would be like having a collection of urinals in the dining room with the good dishes.
  6. junglehouse junglehouse, 1 year ago
    What a funny comment! love it! You are right. The pitcher is my guess- from a basin set. the smaller pieces may have been for soap, toiletries etc. I don't have a chamber pot with it. lol ... I find chamber pots horrifying... lol
  7. LOUMANAL LOUMANAL, 1 year ago
    A Large Water Pitcher, the smaller Hot Water Pitcher and the Toothbrush Holder of a Wash Basin Set. RER
  8. junglehouse junglehouse, 1 year ago
    Thanks for the history, loumanal, I never thought about the hot water container? Makes sense now. My mother's neighbor gave these to me. She used the set outside in her garden. We shared tropical plants and one day she asked if I wanted the pink pieces- she was going to toss them! The big pitcher is about 11" tall and 7-1/2 wide. small ones about 6-1/2 tall.

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