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    Posted 3 years ago

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    Warwick China Company, West Virginia was incorporated in 1881 & closed its doors in 1951 and specialized in glazed pieces. I think the most intriguing of all the Warwick lines was the gorgeous line of light pink, honey gold to brown & gray ground glazed ladies portrait pieces, which individually were of outstanding quality with wonderful colors and portrait definition. In researching this piece I found many "Ladies of the Night" on vases , but none on the cider/hot chocolate sets (though I did see Indians, Monks and Popes). Is anyone familiar with this set or the IOGA marking which is their along with the Warwick stamp?

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    1. willigsu willigsu, 3 years ago
      Thank you so much! I just found this article on Warwick from newspaper in Ohio-My great-grandparents made the trek from Ohio in 1903-voila! I looked at the red markings on the others and none of them are much clearer. E. 1 is probably a good guess. I do like that the article said "very rare chocolate sets that were only sold when hot chocolate was a luxury item for the very rich." Who knew?

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