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Teacups and Saucers222 of 300Cups and saucers Teapot and teacup set by Ginori Italy Hand Painted by M Matti
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    Posted 4 years ago

    brendaadam…
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    Early German hand painted cup and saucer by C.Tielsch. This dates from the pre1850 when they changed their maker's to RPM

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    1. IVAN49 IVAN49, 4 years ago
      1845 - 1850
      Birthday gift.
    2. brendaadams79, 4 years ago
      Thanks Ivan ! I appreciate how you imspire me to post interesting items.
      Thank you also Beyemvey ! So happy to meet new people here on CW!

    3. brendaadams79, 4 years ago
      Ivan is that what the words say on the cup ? I would like to know.
      Thanks for helping.
    4. freiheit freiheit, 4 years ago
      Zum (contraction of zu + dem) Geburtstage means (to or for the/your (implied)birthday. My grandma had a few of those cups. I always loved them:)
    5. brendaadams79, 4 years ago
      Thank you Freiteit! I appreciate you sharing that imfomation.
      Now I know thanks to you and Ivan what it says.
    6. brendaadams79, 4 years ago
      Thanks Everyone for loving these pieces !

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