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Posted 5 years ago


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From my grandmother's cabinet (she died in 1984). Is marked on bottom and from what I have been able to discover is called "Reflecting Lilies," and alternates being a child's chocolate set or a tea set. I gently wipe with a dry rag and leave in a closed door curio. Any info and value appreicated; I'm putting together a book to be given to my daughter on all the family antiques/heirlooms I have inherited and would like to give her some background on the item even if I can't tell her how "we" can to have it. Thank you.

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  1. Allen Marcus, 5 years ago
    Your set is a very desirable RS Prussia child's tea (or possibly coffee) set, as determined by the pot's spout. Briefly, RSP was produced in Suhl, Thuringia, Prussia and a second factory is Tillowitz, Upper Silesia. For a detailed review of the history and time periods, visit and Also, refer to the numerous guide books that are listed on these sites. The RSP club hosts annual conventions with seminars, sales and auctions. Hope this helps.

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