90 PC HABSBURG AUSTRIA ANTIQUE FINE CHINA SET-GORGEOUS

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  • Item Category: Ceramics
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Apr 25,2008
  • Channel: Online Auction

THIS IS A GORGEOUS OLD SET OF FINE PORCELAIN CHINA, 90 PIECES IN TOTAL, MADE BY HABSBURG CHINA OF AUSTRIA. THE PATTERN IS HABSBURG, # HAB95. IT FEATURES A BEAUTIFUL PINK (SOME FLOWERS LOOK SOMEWHAT LAVENDER) WITH A SCALLOPED RIM & GOLD TRIM ON WHITE. THIS SET IS IS QUITE OLD, NOT SURE OF THE EXACT AGE OF THE CHINA, CHINA REPLACEMENTS DOES NOT KNOW THE DATE OF MANUFACTURE ON THIS SET EITHER. THIS IS FINE, CHINA, IT IS TRANSLUSCENT WHEN HELD TO THE LIGHT. T ARE A TOTAL OF THREE DIFFERENT HABSBURG MARKS, SOME SAY "HABSBURG-MZ-AUSTRIA", OTHERS "HABSBURG-AUSTRIA" SOME HAVE "HABSBURG-AUSTRIA" WITH "HABSBURG CHINA" WRITTEN BELOW THAT IN CURSIVE. MOST ALL MARKINGS ARE GREEN, THE CURSIVE IS RED.THE SET WAS PART OF AN ESTATE, & THE OWNER INHERITED THE SET FROM HER MOTHER. T ARE 12 OF BOTH THE DINNER & SALAD PLATES, BUT T ARE LESS OF SOME OF THE OTHER PIECES. IT COMES WITH MANY SERVING PIECES, & THEY ARE STUNNING. THE SERVING PIECES WOULD ALL BE GORGEOUS ON DISPLAY. THIS SET IS FULL OF OLD WORLD CHARM & ELEGANCE, VERY TYPICAL OF OLD GERMAN CHINA. ALL 90 PIECES ARE FREE FROM CHIPS, CRACKS, OR DAMAGE, WITH THE EXCEPTION OF 1 BERRY BOWL, WITH A TINY NICK ON THE UNDERSIDE OF THE RIM, & 2 BREAD PLATES WITH TINY CHIPS ON THE UNDERSIDE, ALL OF WHICH ARE NOT SEEN FROM ABOVE . T ARE ALSO A FEW PIECES I WILL LIST AT THE END OF THE LIST (THESE DAMAGED PIECES ARE NOT INCLUDED IN MY COUNT OF 90), THAT HAVE SOME CHIPS & HAIRLINE CRACKS. THEY COULD STILL BE USED, & ARE SO PRETTY, I DO NOT HAVE THE HEART TO JUST TOSS THEM. MORE DETAILS BELOW W THOSE ARE DESCRIBED. T ARE;

12- 9.75" DINNER PLATES

12- 8.75" SALAD PLATES

5- 7.5" SOUP BOWLS

4- 6" BOWLS (CEREAL SIZED)

5- 5" BOWLS (T ARE MANY DIFFERENT SIZED BOWLS, I DO NOT KNOW WHAT ALL THE PURPOSES WOULD HAVE BEEN FOR SO MANY)

8- 4.25" BERRY OR DESSERT BOWLS-THESE ARE SO DARLING! VERY CUTE, PETITE BOWLS. 1 HAS A TINY CHIP IN THE UNDERSIDE OF RIM, CANNOT BE VIEWED FROM ABOVE.

10- 6.75" BREAD PLATES-2 HAVE TINY CHIPS ON THE UNDERSIDE OF RIM, CANNOT BE VIEWED FROM ABOVE

7- 6" PLATES (I DO NOT KNOW THE PURPOSE OF THESE???}

7- 6" SAUCERS

9- CUPS-EACH IS 2" TALL X 3.75" DIAMETER (ROSE INSIDE)

1- EXTRA LARGE OVAL PLATTER-17" LONG X 11.5" WIDE

1- OVAL PLATTER- 11" LONG X 7.5" WIDE

1- 12" LARGE ROUND PLATTER

1- 9.5" PLATTER OR TRAY, HAS INCISED DESIGNS CUT OUT ON HANDLES

1- 4.25" CREAMER

1- GORGEOUS FOOTED TUREEN, WITH LID. HAS HANDLES ON BOTH SIDES, & TOP OF LID, SCALLOPED FOOTED BASE, 11" WIDE X 5.75" HIGH

1- STUNNING LARGE SCALLOPED SERVING BOWL , 10.5" WIDE X 3" TALL

1- BOWL JUST LIKE SERVING BOWL ABOVE, SLIGHTLY SMALLER , 9.5" X 2.75"

1- OVAL (ALL "OVALS" I DESCRIBE ARE TAPERED OR POINTED AT ENDS, ALMOST A DIAMOND SHAPE) SERVING BOWL, 10" LONG X 3" HIGH

1- GRAVY BOAT WITH ATTACHED UNDERPLATE- 8.5" X 3.25"

1- OVAL PICKLE OR RELISH DISH- 9" LONG X 5.25" WIDE X 2" TALL

NOW FOR THE DAMAGED PIECES NOT COUNTED AMONG THE 90, T ARE;

2- 6" SAUCERS, HAIRLINE CRACK IN ONE, TINY NICK ON THE OTHER (UNDERSIDE)

1- 6" PLATE, TINY NICK (UNDERSIDE)

3- 7" PLATES, 2 WITH HAIRLINE CRACKS IN PLATES, 1 WITH A CHIP ON TOP EDGE, BUT IT BLENDS IN PRETTY WELL AMONG THE FLOWERS

THIS IS A LOT OF HEAVY CHINA, SO THAT IS WHY SHIPPING COSTS WHAT IT DOES. I SHIP AS SAFELY AS I POSSIBLY CAN, & 3 BOXES ARE REQUIRED FOR SO MUCH FRAGILE CHINA. INSURANCE IS IS REQUIRED & IS REFLECTED IN PRICE SHOWN. THIS IS A VERY BEAUTIFUL OLD SET, WITH OLD WORLD ELEGANCE & CHARM . I AM SURE YOU WILL LOVE THIS SET, & ENJOY IT FOR YEARS TO COME.

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