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    Posted 16 days ago

    philligirl
    (34 items)

    FIRST PHOTO OF THE CREAMER HAS THE ONLY MARKINGS WHICH I FIND HARD TO READ. WAS MY. GRANDMOTHERS AND IT MUST BE VERY OLD SINCE I AM 83. PLEASE LET ME KNOW SOMETHING ABOUT THS SET I WAS ABOUT TO GIVE AWAY. NOW I WILL GIVE TO MY FAMILY. THANKS

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    1. Newfld Newfld, 15 days ago
      Beautiful German china tea set, love the rose garland pattern
    2. keramikos, 14 days ago
      Hi, philligirl. :-)

      I suspect that the item in your first picture might be a teapot, minus the lid. Here is a very similar pattern called Carmen by Herman Ohme at Replacements dot com:

      *snip*

      OHM85
      by Ohme, Hermann

      Item#: 350672 Pattern Code: OHMOHM85
      Description: Carmen, Pink Rose Swags On White
      Pattern: OHM85 by Ohme, Hermann

      *snip*

      https://www.replacements.com/china-ohme-hermann-ohm85/c/350672

      Here are more pictures of what looks like the same teapot at a Ruby Lane listing (you have to scroll down almost to the bottom to see the pictures, because the item has been sold):

      *snip*

      An antique porcelain teapot with a Victorian mold featuring scalloped rims, arched spout, and a ruffled raised base. The decoration is a delicate pink bridal rose design with leaves surrounding the pot in a garland pattern.

      Hallmarked with the Hermann Ohme factory hallmark and Carmen which tells us that manufacturing dates to c. 1892.

      Measures 8.25 inches high, 8.25 inches handle to spout wide, 20 inches in circumference at bottom with a 4 cup capacity.

      *snip*

      https://www.rubylane.com/item/463593-RL-4053/Victorian-porcelain-teapot-pink-roses-Ohme

      About Hermann Ohme:

      *snip*

      Hermann Ohme Porcelains

      Old Ivory China and Ohme china are beautiful porcelains produced by the Porcelain Manufactory Hermann Ohme between 1882 and 1928. The factory was located in Niedersalzbrunn, Silesia, Germany (now the town of Walbrzych in Western Poland).

      The Ohme factory produced two major types of porcelain, which are generally referred to as clear glaze and Old Ivory porcelains. Both lines of Ohme Porcelains were produced in full dinner sets and multiple accessories similar to those produced by the Haviland Factory in Limoges, France, during this period.

      Ohme clear glaze porcelains were produced for sale in Europe, as well as the United States. Numerous undecorated pieces were also sold in the United States for hand decorating, a popular activity in the early twentieth century. Some were purchased by commercial decorating firms such as Pickard, and numerous souvenir plates were produced for sale here and in Europe.

      Major ports of entry for Ohme China into the US were Portland, Maine, Boston, Mass., and New Orleans, Lousiana. The Old Ivory china was originally marketed in the retail outlets as affordable fine china and elegant dinnerware. Later on it was utilized as free promotional gifts.

      *snip*

      http://www.soiop.org/history.html

      Ohme china marks (I think the second from the left looks like yours):

      http://www.soiop.org/characteristics.html

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