This auction is for the entire set of 26Pieces you see in the first picture. T are no chips, cracks or repairs on this nice set of dishes. By looking at the pictures you can see that these dishes have been stored and cared for the right way. They almost look new.The first picture is of the entire set. Next is the 6 cup/saucer combinations, along with the creamer and sugar bowl w/ lid. The next one is just the cups/ saucers. Next you will see a blurry shot of the saucer showing the pattern. After that you will see the serving bowl, it is about 8 3/4 inches wide and 3 inches tall. Then you will see the dinner plate. It is a little over 9 inches wide. The next three show the Nautilus stamp, the Homer Laughlin stamp, and the "Eggshell" stamp, along with the stamp of : " Cunningham & Pickett, Alliance, OHIO, Warranted 22 KT. Gold, Hand Decorated" I found some information about them : /webquote/CUPBOU.htm /webquote/HLCBOU.htm If you go t you can see that these are not cheapy's if you need a few pieces. The sugar bowl w/lid is over 47.00. you will be bidding on all the pieces at once. All together you will get: 6 cups--------- No names or numbers 6 saucers-------2 Laughlin K45N8 and 4 Nautilus EggshellC46N5 1 serving bowl--Nautilus D46N8 1 creamer-------Nautilus K46N8 1 sugar bowl----Nautilus J45N8 1 lid for sugar bowl-- no marking 4 soup bowls----3 Nautilus B46N8 and 1 Laughlin H45N8 6 plates-------3 Nautilus B45N8 and 1 Laughlin M46N6, 1 C46N8 and 1 that only has the Cunningham marking By looking at the bottoms of these dishes you will see the Cunningham name on all of them, (except the cups). Then some of them have the Nautilus name, and some have the Homer Laughlin name. They all look the same and the only way you can tell a difference is to turn them over. So it appears that they are all the same, and they are because they carry the Cunningham mark with the BOUQUET pattern marking. By looking at those web sites above t is a "BOUQUET" in both manufacturers line. Another thing I see is that they all have another marking, a backwards c, then a capitol L, and then a front c again. I am not sure if that is Homer Laughlins mark and Nautilus is made by them or what. You can decide that when you win them. Another curious thing is that some of the saucers have "Eggshell" on them, only you can decide what that means.Look the pictures over carefully, you will see that these are some of the rare ones, they appear to be perfect! These are yet another of my Fun Estate Finds. I am giving you the chance to own these since I really do not know what they are worth and tfore chose to offer them Please don't forget to look at my other auctions to see if t is another item you didn't realize you needed untill you saw my ad offering you the chance to own something unique. Thanks for looking and good luck bidding! Just a side note These are dishes and as such are heavy! Shipping will not be a dollar, be prepared to pay a little more than that for them. I will pack them in Bubble wrap and styrofoam peanuts for shipping to protect them, but for this auction only, I am going to insist that you pay for insurance . The Post Office only charges 1.35 for it up to a certain amount. You will be required to pay this in addition to the usual shipping charges. If the insurance is more I will pay the additional above 1.35.
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