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A Fürstenberg tea and coffee service Circa 1790.

A Fürstenberg tea and coffee service Circa

Parts of a coffee, tea and chocolate service with chinoiserie and the coat of arms of Elisabeth Farnese, Queen of Spain. Meissen, 1728

Herold, Christian Friedrich painter Meissen, um 1728 Herold worked for Meissen for 50 years after he left the Fromery Workshop

The captivating KPM porcelain tête-à-tête tea service boasts an elegant, classical design

This classically elegant KPM tête-à-tête tea service is comprised of the finest German porcelain. This rare service boasts a sublime Greco-Roman motif painted en grisaille.

Kleine Terine aus einem Service im ägyptischen Stil; Wien, um 1794/1816.

Kleine Terine aus einem Service im ägyptischen Stil;

Factory: Dihl et Guérhard (French, 1781–ca. 1824) (Manufacture de Monsieur Le Duc d’Angoulême, until 1789) Date: ca. 1788 Culture: French, Paris Medium: Hard-paste porcelain Dimensions: H. 4 1/8 in. (10.5 cm.)

traveling tea service Factory: Dihl et Guérhard (French, Date: ca. 1788 Culture: French, Paris Medium: Hard-paste porcelain The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Porcelain tête-à-tête tea service by the renowned KPM, the Royal Porcelain Manufactory in Berlin, Germany. The set, comprised of coffee and tea pots, a sugar bowl and milk jug, two cups and saucers, and an oval serving tray. All pieces rest snugly in a marvelous two-tier leather carrying case lined with green silk. Circa 1790

This classically elegant KPM tête-à-tête tea service is comprised of the finest German porcelain. Held in their original fitted case, each piece bears the KPM sceptre mark in blue underglaze.

A Fürstenberg part dinner service circa 1770

A Fürstenberg dinner service circa 1770

KPM um 1800

KPM um 1800

A George III carved beech stay busk, dated 1795

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