I present to your attention my second favorite lot: five tea/coffee pairs made of porcelain, light and thinnest as an eggshell. The items do not have a trademark, but according to an expert who held thousands of antique porcelain in her hands, these exquisite curved lines and hand gilding with dry brush and mastic, patterning, porcelain quality were inherent in the best artists of Limoges manufactories. The style of the 1890s is also evident. they are gorgeous and extremely rare. The handles of the cups, made in the form of graceful ribbons, are very unusual, and the pattern on the saucers also corresponds to them. Look at this set and you will see three shades of gold.
On the cups and saucers there are traces of existence in the form of a partial descent of gilding, without cracks or chips.
Cups height 4,5 cm 1,77 inch
Bottom 4,5 cm 1,77 inch
Width with handle 10,5 cm 4,13 inch
Volume 110 ml
Saucer 14 cm 5,51 inch
Weight of one pair 158 gr